Step 2: Provide complete, up-to-date and appropriate documentation of your disability that meets Towson University guidelines. Refer to the
Documentation Guidelines for the type of evaluation needed for the specific disability. If your documentation is insufficient, you will be given the opportunity to provide the needed information. DSS may also, as appropriate, give assistance in finding a qualified practitioner to conduct an evaluation. Documentation may be submitted via fax at 410-704-4247, mail or in person at the DSS office located in the Administration Building 232-235.
Step 3: Meet with a DSS specialist for an intake appointment to discuss your disability, accommodations, and services that may be needed. Please note that requirements for receiving accommodations in college may be different than high school. Meeting with a DSS specialist before the term begins can help you get off to a great start for achieving academic success.
Attend Disability Support Services Orientation (if applicable)-
Deadline: August 26 Contact: Disability Support Services ● 410-704-2638
Meet the disability Support Services staff and learn more about the services offered at Towson University for students with disabilities. The meeting will include a meet-and-greet and workshop for students. Light refreshments will be served. For more information, contact Disability Support Services at 410-704-2638.