STUDENT ACCESS AND DISABILITY SERVICES
Truman recognizes the importance of providing reasonable accommodations in its housing policies and practices where necessary for individuals with disabilities to use and enjoy University housing.
Air Conditioning for Centennial Hall-Due to Disability
Applications due by July 26, 2021
When submitting your air conditioning request, please ensure your documentation to upload is complete:
- Documentation is on physician letterhead signed by the physician, should not be a relative.
- Includes your name, DOB, and clearly states that the student has a disability (include the diagnosis when appropriate). Please remember the provider needs to state there is a disability, a diagnosis alone is not necessarily a disability. All diagnoses do not rise to the level of a disability. ***It must be clear that the provider believes the diagnosis rises to the level of a disability and what major life activity the disability interferes with.
- Your letter uploaded should state you have a disability, the symptoms of such, and why the air conditioner is needed for the symptoms of the disability, how does it alleviate the symptoms.
Emotional Assistance/Support Animals
The University’s Emotional Assistance/Support Animal policy applies only to housing accommodations and is not applicable to University buildings beyond the University owned and operated apartments and residence halls. Emotional assistance/support animals are not generally allowed in classrooms or other university buildings (non-residence buildings) under housing accommodations.
Other Housing Accommodation Requests
For more details on types of disabilities and documentation required, see Applying for Services/Accommodations.