Getting Started @DAC

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Students who have a current need for disability-related accommodations and resources are encouraged to complete and submit the appropriate application:

*At St. Olaf College, we believe residential life is a vital part of the student experience. Our vibrant residential community fosters the connections that make St. Olaf a top choice for a liberal arts education. In most cases, the needs of students with disabilities can be met through on campus solutions before off-campus accommodations are considered. 

If disability accommodations are required for equitable access, please submit the Residence Life Accommodation (Housing, Parking, or Dining) application along with specific documentation from a licensed provider. DAC staff will review the application and documentation, and may request a meeting to obtain more details. 

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Intake Appointment:

An Access Specialist will reach out to you after reviewing your application to set up an Intake Appointment. Together, you and your Access Specialist will develop a comprehensive accommodation plan and an Accommodation Letter for the current term, as well as go over any other resources that will be helpful during your time at St. Olaf.

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Provide documentation before/at your Intake Appointment:

You may email or deliver your documentation right away, or bring it to your Intake meeting. For the types of documentation we are looking for, please visit our Documentation Criteria page.


**For students already registered, please use MyDAC to request your accommodations, or http://stolaf-dac.youcanbook.me to request an appointment.