If a student with a disability is registered for your class and is requesting an accommodation, he/she will provide you with a confidential faculty letter. This letter will state in general terms that the student is registered with the Ross Center for Disability Services and will list the appropriate accommodations for the student in your class. You must sign this letter as verification of student disclosure. You may keep the yellow copy for your records. The original is returned to the Ross Center.
If a student approaches you about needing accommodations, but does not have the letter, you should refer them to our office immediately. Faculty should not provide adjustments to coursework without Ross Center approval. To do so would leave the University and the individual faculty member open to potential legal difficulties.