This form is for use by any incoming or existing student, including program applicants to connect with ARS for accommodations and for existing students already connected with ARS with accommodations to seek additional or modified accommodations.
- If you are not able to upload documentation using the links below, please forward by email. Alternatively, you can fax it to 919-843-5609. Please be sure to include your PID in the subject line or cover sheet. You are also welcome to invite your licensed medical provider.to complete this Documentation of Disability form.
- If you have one, we will use your UNC email address to communicate with you. Please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your 'safe sender' list.
- If you have any questions or concerns about the accommodation request process, please refer to our policies or contact us by email.
- Please pay particular attention to any subsequent emails from ARS as they may well contain very specific instructions about what steps are needed to progress your accommodations request.
- If you need guidance concerning documentation or are making an ESA request, please refer to the Documentation Guidelines, plus Information applicable to ESA Accommodation Requests
- As a reminder, accommodations cannot be provided retroactively, and to provide an opportunity for the application of a fair process, students must submit the self-id and documentation described in the applicable Policy on Student and Applicant Accommodations at least 14 calendar days in advance of them being implemented or needed.
- The submission of this Self-Identification Form and documentation does not, in itself, guarantee the provision of the accommodations requested as these are determined on a case-by-case basis and based upon our understanding of the impacts/functional limitations you are experiencing as evidenced in the documentation available and the reasonableness of the modifications requested, including whether the modification(s) requested is possible, plausible, necessary and whether there are fundamental alteration considerations.