Students Seeking Disability Support Accommodations

Fall 2020 COVID-19 Announcement:  


The Learning Center is committed to providing appropriate and reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities. Please read the following information carefully as you apply for accommodations. There are separate instructions for students who are new to the Learning Center and for students who have used the Learning Center in the past. 

Please note the following: 

  • If you are applying for housing and/or dietary accommodations, we ask that you complete your registration as quickly as possible. While you may apply for these accommodations, some housing accommodations (such as a single space) may not currently be available. If you are granted an accommodation that cannot be met at this time, you will be put at the top of the waiting list. You will be contacted as soon as your accommodation becomes available. 
  • If you are applying for an academic accommodation, requests should be submitted no later than August 15th. If you are unable to meet this deadline, please contact Kaylynne Mahone (kmahone@wooster.edu) to discuss alternative arrangements. 
  • We are not currently in the office and cannot check USPS/FedEx/UPS mail. Consequently, all documentation must be scanned and added to registration forms.
  • New Students to the Learning Center: Students who have not worked with the Learning Center before should fill out the ClockWork online registration form. See notes below on how to do this. Please note: you may only fill out the online registration form once. Please make sure your documentation is scanned and uploaded at the time of registration.
  • Returning Learning Center Students: If you have worked with the Learning Center before and/or have a ClockWork account already established for you, please contact Amber Larson, Director of the Learning Center, at alarson@wooster.edu or Kaylynne Mahone, Assistant Director, at kmahone@wooster.edu with any questions you may have or changes in accommodation requests.

We look forward to meeting you soon!

Academic Accommodations

If you are seeking accommodations for a documented disability, the Learning Center will help coordinate the provision of academic, housing, and dining services. Appropriate accommodations will be considered once the student has presented clear documentation of the disability and discussed disability-related needs with a Learning Center staff member.

Register for Academic Accommodations:

  1. Register for services by accessing Wooster's ClockWork Portal link and click on the "Register Here" Button.
    Please note: when logging into to ClockWork, please only use your first initial, last name and school year. For example, Alex Apex, Class of 2023 would register as "Aapex23".
    *Google Chrome is the preferred browser when completing the form.
  2. Complete the intake form and all questions pertaining to your disability related needs.
  3. Upload your recently completed (within the last 3-5 years) neuro-psychological report and/or supporting medical documentation completed by a qualified licensed professional*. Please note: you may include your 504 and/or IEP plan, but the LC will also need an updated neuro-psychological/educational evaluation report for academic accommodations to be put into place.
  4. If a recent neuro-psychological/educational evaluation report is not available, a student may have a qualified professional fill out the Disability Information and Verification form and submit this form as documentation.
  5. Make an appointment (preferably during the first week of class) with a Learning Center staff member to review your documentation and determine next steps.

Register for Housing and/or Dining Accommodations:

  1. Register for services by accessing Wooster's ClockWork Portal link and click on the "Start Here" Button.
  2. Complete the intake form and all questions pertaining to your disability related needs.
  3. Upload your recently completed (within the last 6 months) medical documentation completed by a qualified licensed professional*.
  4. If a recent medical report is not available, a student may have a qualified licensed professional fill out the Disability Information and Verification form and submit this form as documentation.

Application Deadlines for Housing/Dining Accommodations:

  • Fall housing for continuing students: Feb. 1
  • Summer housing for continuing students: April 15
  • Fall housing for first year and transfer students: June 1
  • Spring housing for new accommodation requests: November 1

*Please see the Learning Center Policies and Procedures Handbook for definition of Qualified License Professional.