ARC facilitates access for students who are or who have:
- Attention Deficit Disorder
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Chronic Health Conditions
- Deaf or Hard of Hearing
- Learning Disabilities
- Medical Disabilities
- Mobility Disabilities
- Psychological Disabilities (anxiety, bipolar, depression, etc)
- Traumatic Brain Injuries
- Visual Impairments
ARC may accommodate a student with a temporary impairment if the impairment is substantial enough to be a disability. ARC also offers a list of resources for undiagnosed students who feel they may benefit from accommodations.
Eligibility for accommodations and services are established through information obtained from the student’s self‐report (ARConnect Application) and self-submitted medical documentation. The documentation must be on letterhead, typed, dated, and signed. The information must be from a qualified/licensed professional e.g., physician, psychiatrist, psychologist, mental health counselor, etc.), who is unrelated to the student, and whose credentials permit the evaluation of the disability.
Documentation Guidelines are provided to assist students in obtaining documentation to establish the need for reasonable accommodations:
Students accepted to UWM as Freshmen are required to take placement testing in Math and English. Accommodated testing is not offered during regularly scheduled placement testing sessions, they are scheduled on an individual basis after approval.