The first point of contact for the disability accommodations process at PCOM is the Equity and Title IX Coordinator. The Coordinator, in collaboration with the Office of Student Affairs, work to administer disability accommodations at PCOM.
All requests for information should be emailed to the Equity and Title IX Coordinator at email@example.com. The Coordinator will provide the student with the PCOM Guide to Disability Services as well as instructions for the accommodation request process. Once all required documentation is submitted, the review process will begin.
The Equity and Title IX Coordinator will notify the student of the outcome of the accommodation request, and a plan for implementing any approved accommodations will be set in motion. Accommodations requested and approved after the academic year begins are not retroactive.
If you have not been tested for a learning disability, but you suspect you might have a learning problem, the Office of Student Affairs can provide you with a list of licensed agencies qualified to perform the diagnostic evaluation. The cost is paid for by the student. PCOM does not provide diagnostic testing.
You will need to complete a request for disability accommodations found on my.pcom.edu or through the paper application included with the Guide to Disability Services at PCOM. Along with the request for disability accommodations, you will need to provide clinician documentation as outlined in the Guide.
Students in need of special testing or learning accommodations will need to complete these forms and documentation to acquire accommodations. We will work with you to ensure that your documentation is complete, and that your accommodations are met. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.