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Accessible Housing is available to students at Curry who have disabilities that substantially impact one or more major life activities as they relate to housing. The purpose of housing accommodations is to address aspects of residential life that are inaccessible in relation to a student’s disability.
Examples of housing accommodations include but are not limited to:
Any approval under this policy is valid for one academic year, if approved prior to, or during, the fall semester. If the accommodation is approved after the fall semester, the approval is valid for the spring semester only. To receive the same accommodation in each academic year, students must resubmit documentation.
Once the student completes the above process, their request will be reviewed by ODS to determine eligibility based on medical necessity. Residence Life is often consulted to determine how reasonable accommodations will be implemented based on the specific residential environment. The decision to approve or deny the request will be emailed to the student and will include information on next steps.
Fall deadline for returning students: MARCH 1
Fall deadline for incoming first-year students: JULY 1
Spring deadline for January enrollment: DECEMBER 15
Students who may benefit from an adjustment in their residential space due to health related symptoms that do not rise to the level of a significant disabling condition have the opportunity to identify their housing preference(s) during the Curry Housing process. These requests might include specific roommates, AC unit, single room, and suite style living.
Please note that residential buildings and housing units with air conditioning do not guarantee low allergens, better air quality, or consistent air temperatures, because most College residential and academic buildings do not have individually controlled air conditioning units.