William H. Moesch
2 Convent Road
Morristown, NJ 07960-6989
M, W, Th 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Includes, but is not limited to depressive disorders, post-traumatic stress disorders, bipolar disorders and dissociative disorders. A diagnosis by a licensed mental health professional including licensed clinical social workers, licensed professional counselor, psychologist, psychiatrist and neurologists is required and must include the license number. The diagnostician must be an impartial individual who is not a family member of the student.
Accommodations may include:
Students with psychiatric/psychological disorders may demonstrate difficulties with one or more of the following:
Eligibility for Disability Services at the College of Saint Elizabeth is dependent upon the nature of the disability and its impact on learning.
A person might meet eligibility requirements of vocational rehabilitation, disabled veterans or any other rehabilitation agency; however, she/he may not meet eligibility at the College of Saint Elizabeth.
One of the reasons that the College has developed these guidelines is to ensure consistency throughout the institution.
These guidelines are fairly consistent with those used by agencies administering standardized assessments. The ultimate decision for eligibility on campus is a judgment that must be made by the Coordinator of Disability Services based upon the guidelines developed for each type of disability.
Once a student has been verified as disabled by the College of Saint Elizabeth Office of Disability Services, a disability eligibility form should be completed and placed in a confidential file with the determining documentation.
The following guidelines are provided to assist the service provider in collaborating with each student to determine appropriate accommodations. Documentation serves as a foundation that legitimizes a student's request for appropriate accommodations. Required documentation includes:
Further assessment by an appropriate professional may be required if co-existing learning disabilities or other disabling conditions are indicated. The student and the disability specialist at the institution collaboratively determine appropriate accommodations.