Accepted Student Checklist

In order to make your transition here as smooth as possible, detailed below are the next steps you will need to take between now and the start of classes. Also included is information for valuable resources to help in your journey.

If you have any additional questions, don’t hesitate to contact the Office of Admissions ( / 303-546-3572). We look forward to welcoming you to Naropa soon!

Confirm Your Spot

To accept your offer of admission and reserve your spot in the program, please submit a $250 confirmation deposit within 15 days of your admission acceptance date. This deposit is applied toward your first semester’s tuition bill and is not refundable.

There are two ways to pay the deposit online:

  1. If you applied prior to mid-July, pay online in MyNaropa using the link below (for issues logging in, contact the IT Helpdesk). If your current financial situation warrants waiving the deposit, submit a confirmation deposit waiver form.

Pay Confirmation Deposit via mynaropa

2. If you applied after mid-July, sign in to your Recruit account and pay where prompted. A deposit waiver request can be submitted in the same system.

Pay Confirmation Deposit via recruit


Official Transcripts

Naropa requires that students submit official transcripts from high school (or equivalent), and from all college-level institutions where the student has enrolled. Even if coursework was not completed, submitting the transcripts is required. Students should also submit Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) test scores to receive credit.

Accepted undergraduate students will not be allowed to enroll until an official transcript showing proof of high school completion has been received. Naropa students have until the end of their first semester to submit all college-level transcripts, however transfer credit cannot be awarded until official transcripts are received.

Transcripts uploaded via MyNaropa as part of the application process are not considered official.

To be considered official, transcripts can be:

  • Emailed directly from the school to using a secure email service. If a transcript is emailed not using a secure service, or not directly to Naropa, it cannot be considered official.
  • Delivered in person or by mail in its original, unopened envelope.
  • Mailed directly from the school to:

Naropa University
Office of Admissions
2130 Arapahoe Ave
Boulder, CO 80302 

If you have questions about submitting transcripts, please contact your admissions counselor.

Access Your Student Accounts

All Naropa students are provided with a student email account, a student ID, and access to Naropa’s student portal, MyNaropa. In addition, Naropa students are provided with access to Microsoft Office 365 and its suite of applications.

For assistance with student accounts, please contact Naropa’s IT Department.


MyNaropa is Naropa’s student portal, providing important resources for financial aid, course registration, academic advising, and much more. Login credentials are emailed to students after an application for admissions is submitted (the email is titled “MyNaropa Account Notification”).

Student Email

Accepted students will receive an email containing login information for their student email account. Login credentials are usually emailed within a couple days of acceptance, and are sent to the student’s personal email account. 

Naropa email accounts are considered the official communication channel between students and the university. Be sure to activate your student email account and check it regularly for important updates. 

Access your student email either through the link at the top of MyNaropa, or by going to Microsoft Outlook.

Microsoft Office 365

In addition to email, Naropa students are provided access to the online version of Microsoft Office, which includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and other popular Microsoft products. (Login credentials for Office 365 and student email accounts are the same.)

Access your Office 365 account at Office 365.

Student ID

All Naropa students are issued a unique student identification number. If at any time you need to lookup your student ID, you may view it on the Future Students page on MyNaropa. Your ID is displayed on the main page, but can also be viewed by clicking on the “Display ID” link on the sidebar. 

Financial Aid & Tuition

Naropa students have access to a variety of state, federal, and institutional forms of financial aid. The first step in the financial aid process is to submit a FAFSA. After a FAFSA is submitted, you can check on its status and review your financial aid award on MyNaropa.

For help with the financial aid process, or general questions about affording Naropa, please email Student Financial Services or call 303-546-3509. For help with tuition and payment, please email Student Accounts or call 303-546-3554.

financial aid (us citizens)

Apply for financial aid by completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid). Naropa University’s school code is 014652. The priority filing deadline is March 1 for students starting in the fall and October 1 for students starting in the spring, but you may submit a FAFSA after that date. Depending on the time of year, students typically begin to receive their aid award notifications within a couple weeks of acceptance. Learn more.

Note: Once submitted, your FAFSA may be selected for verification. If so, you will be contacted with instructions on how to complete the verification process. Students must complete the verification process before they can receive a financial aid award.

financial aid (non US-citizens)

Apply for financial aid by completing the Financial Aid Application for International Students. The priority filing deadline is March 1 for students starting in the fall, and November 1 for students starting in the spring, but you may submit an application after that date. Students typically begin to receive their aid award notifications in late March or within a couple weeks after acceptance. Learn more.

Useful resources
Accept or decline your financial aid

Once you have been awarded financial aid, please login to MyNaropa and find Financial Aid and Tuition under the Student tab to accept or decline each line item of your financial aid package (scholarships are automatically accepted). Please make your selections no later than July 1 if you're starting in the fall, December 1 if you're starting in the spring, or 15 days after you receive your award notification, whichever is later. Make sure you review the Financial Aid Checklist on the same page for directions on completing other required loan steps.

Electronic Refund Form

Pay Tuition Bill

Optional: Set up a payment plan

Naropa University offers a payment plan that breaks your tuition and fees into four monthly payments each semester. There is a $50 enrollment fee that must be paid each semester that you use the payment plan. To enroll, submit a Payment Plan Agreement along with your first payment.

General Payment Information 

Credit Card Payments

  • We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover.
  • You can pay online through MyNaropa by finding “Billing and Payments” under the “Student” tab.  We can also take your CC info over the phone.
  • If you are calling in your info, please provide your credit card number, CVV code (for Visa, MasterCard and Discover it’s the last 3 digits on the back of your card; for American Express it’s the 4 digits on the front of your card), and expiration date. 

Check Payments

  • Make checks payable to Naropa University
  • Include student name and ID number in the memo field of the check
  • Send payments to:
    Naropa University
    ATTN: Coordinator of Student Accounts
    2130 Arapahoe Ave
    Boulder, CO 80302

Cash Payments

  • If paying by cash, please pay in person with the Coordinator of Student Accounts located on the first floor of Wulsin Hall, Arapahoe Campus.
  • NOTE: We are unable to provide change, so please bring the exact amount due.

Wire Transfer

  • Available upon request for international students. Please ask for additional information.



All full-time students under the age of 21 with fewer than 30 semester credits are required to spend their first year in one of Naropa's two residence halls. Students may be exempted for valid medical reasons, or if living with parents/guardians within a 40 mile radius of Boulder. Learn more about housing exemptions.

Students not required to live in campus housing may apply to live on campus, however space is limited so please apply as soon as possible.

To have the best chance at receiving their preferred housing assignment, students should submit the housing application by June 15. Housing assignments will be issued starting in early July. August 18 is move-in day for the residence halls.


ON-Campus Housing

At Naropa’s residence halls, each unit comes with access to a full kitchen, wireless internet, and furnished living areas and bedrooms. Units also have access to free laundry, a community meeting space, and a meditation room. Both of Naropa's residence halls are located within walking distance of the Araphoe campus, and are accessible to downtown Boulder, RTD bus routes, and a wide variety of shopping. 

On-campus housing requires a $300 housing deposit. (The housing deposit is not the same as the $250 confirmation deposit for the undergraduate program.)

All or any part of your cleaning and room damage charges, key/fob loss will be deducted from your deposit at the end of your stay. A housing confirmation packet will be sent shortly after the priority deadline with more details to prepare you in planning for move-in day.

Living and Learning Communities 

Naropa University offers Living and Learning Communities (LLC) within the two residence hall facilities. ALL students under the age of 21 who have not completed 30 college credits are required to participate in an LLC, which includes a one-credit, pass/fail course that is designed to support each student’s transition into Naropa University.

Each LLC is centered on a common theme or academic component. They emphasize community building and engagement, fostering connections among students, faculty, and support staff by creating an intentional learning community.

Students choose their preferred LLC when submitting their housing application.

Off-campus housing

We have many resources available for helping students find off-campus housing in Boulder, or easily accessible by public transportation along the Front Range. 

Neighboring cities: Arvada, Broomfield, Erie, Gunbarrel, Lafayette, Longmont, Louisville, Lyons, Nederland, Niwot, Superior, Westminster.

Other useful resources:


All full-time Naropa students receive a bus pass as part of their tuition, and the combination of buses and bikes makes it easy to commute without a car while attending Naropa University. Boulder and the surrounding Front Range have an extensive bus and bicycle commuter system in place, and the City of Boulder won Bicycling Magazine's Best City for Cycling award in 2006. RTD gives you the option of riding your bike to the bus stop and putting your bike on the bike rack at the front of the bus.

Other useful resources:

  • RTD gets you in and around Boulder, Denver, and everywhere in between. Also includes routes to ski at Eldora Mountain Resort and to fly out of Denver International Airport. Naropa students in a full-time residency program (not hybrid/low-residency) receive an RTD CollegePass as part of their student package.
  • The Bike Shack provides general information and resources about biking in Boulder, plus bike mechanic basics, a build-a-bike program, repairs, and the opportunity to volunteer. Contact them at
  • All Naropa students are entitled to a free pass for B-cycle, a nonprofit bike sharing organization with over 40 stations throughout Boulder.
  • The City of Boulder’s map of the transportation system includes a route-finding tool to help you get around town, multi-use and local bus maps, and more.
  • Parking permit applications can be found at the Business Service Center in the basement of the Lincoln Building (on the Arapahoe campus) and can be purchased for a single day or by the semester.
child care

The Child Care Subsidy and Referrals (CCSR) program provides information and referrals to licensed child care, preschools, and other services for children and families. This free service is available to all residents of Boulder County. 

Alaya Preschool was founded in 1977 by students of Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche, Naropa University’s founder. Naropa University faculty and graduates, including those of the Early Childhood Education program, serve as the preschool’s staff. The school offers a 10% discount to students and scholarships are also available. Learn more.

Children’s Alley at the Boulder YWCA is a drop-in childcare center with sliding scale fees. The program serves children ages 6 weeks to 12 years old and offer extended hours including evenings and Saturdays.



Early Access Registration: May 11–August 19

Early Access Registration offers new students the opportunity to work one-on-one with an Academic Advisor and streamline their transition into Naropa. Students who are eligible will meet with their assigned Academic Advisor — either over the phone or in person — to discuss their degree plan and schedule their fall classes.

To be eligible to register, accepted students must first submit a $250 Confirmation Deposit. (Please note that while students will be able to register for classes without first having submitted all official transcripts, official transcripts from all schools attended – including high school – must be provided. If all official transcripts are not submitted by the start of the semester, financial aid cannot be disbursed and a registration hold for future semesters will be applied to your student account.)

Students who wish to register at the start of Early Access Registration are advised to submit their deposit no later than April 15. Students who submit their deposit thereafter will be invited to register on a rolling basis — the earlier you submit your transcripts and confirmation deposit, the earlier you will receive registration access!

Instructions for how to schedule an appointment with an academic advisor will be emailed to eligible incoming students via their Naropa student email accounts. If you haven’t accessed your student email yet, please do so as soon as possible.

Upon receiving an invitation to start the registration process, students will need to review and reference the How to Use Naropa University’s Colleague Self-Service.


Naropa incoming student survey

Please complete this important survey to help us learn more about you and support your connections with relevant campus resources. This survey will take about 20 minutes to complete.

Incoming Student Survey


Fall 2020 New Student Orientation

Orientation is designed to help your transition into the intellectual, cultural, social, and energetic climate of Naropa University. The full schedule for Orientation will be posted in the weeks before the fall semester starts. Orientation is mandatory for all students new to Naropa University’s undergraduate program. All activities will be held virtually via Zoom.

Tuesday, August 18

1:00-5:00pm - International Student Orientation *required for international students only

Wednesday, August 19

1:00-2:30pm - Orientation Circles

Thursday, August 20 

10:00-11:00am - Welcome to Naropa

11:15am-12:15pm - Meet the Majors

1:30-4:30pm - Choose Your Own Adventure: Roadmap to Resources

Friday, August 21 

10:00-11:15am - Naropa: Creating a Just & Beautiful World

11:30am-12:30pm - Contemplative Ways of Learning: Your First Naropa Class

2:00-3:00pm - Closing Ritual

3:00-4:00pm - Ask Me Anything with Student Leaders *optional

4:00-5:30pm - Students of Color Orientation / Anti-Racist Whites & Allies Orientation *optional

7:00-9:00pm - NarOpen Mic Night *optional


Student ID and RTD CollegePass

You may pick up your student ID and RTD CollegePass (if eligible) during Orientation. The deadline to submit a photo in order to have your bus pass ready for Orientation is August 12th.

Photo requirements:

  • Only .jpg formatting
  • Must be in color
  • Must clearly show your whole face
  • No hats or sunglasses
  • Background should be plain (not having anything other than you) and a light color (white, beige, and blue preferred)

Email your photo as an attachment to Tashi Browder.

required online training

Naropa University’s mission commits us to providing an educational and professional setting that promotes and delivers an environment free of all forms of discrimination, including sexual misconduct, and relationship violence.

It is very important that you complete the required online Title IX Training for Students before beginning classes. Look for emailed instructions from the Title IX Office after registering for classes.  

In this training, you will learn the legal basis for Naropa University's Gender Equity, Sexual Misconduct, and Relationship Violence Policy and Procedures, where and how to report alleged misconduct, what the grievance process looks like, how to reduce the risk of misconduct, and how to Stand Speak & Act as a Bystander. There are four sections to this course. Each section includes a narrated video presentation, followed by a short five question quiz. You must pass each quiz with an 80% before the next section can be accessed. To pass the entire course, you must obtain at least an 80% in all sections.

Any questions that you may have related to your rights under Title IX may be directed to Naropa’s Title IX Coordinator, at

Immunization & Insurance

Immunization Requirements

All Colorado college students must meet the following immunization requirement: two doses of the Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) vaccine.

Before attending class, students must submit either their childhood immunization records OR the Certificate of Immunization form via the button below. Please note that proof of immunization using the form requires the signature of a health practitioner.

Students wishing to file an exemption to the immunization law for medical, religious, or personal reasons may do so with the same form.


Student Health Insurance

Naropa University requires that all fulltime undergraduate students have health insurance coverage. Students will automatically be enrolled in the Naropa Student Health Insurance Plan unless a waiver and proof of comparable coverage is submitted.

Details of the 2018-2019 Student Health Insurance Plan can be found at the Gallagher Student Naropa portal.

The deadline to waive Naropa’s student plan is January 29, 2019. Students are also highly encouraged to confirm their enrollment in the student plan as early as possible so that they may gain access to their coverage when it becomes available.

To confirm or waive the Naropa student health plan:

  1. Go to
  2. Click on ‘Student Waive/Enroll’.
  3. Log in. Your user name is your Naropa University email address. The first time you log in, your temporary password will be your student ID number. You will be required to change your password the first time you log in.
  4. Complete the decision form:
    • If waiving coverage, have your current health insurance ID card ready as you will need this information in order to complete the waiver portion of the decision form. You will be asked to review the information provided and click ‘submit’ to complete the process.  Immediately upon submitting your Online Form you will receive a reference number. Please note and keep this information in your files.
    • If enrolling, please complete the requested information. Your ID card will be available online 7-10 business days after your eligibility has been confirmed.

Alternative Insurance Options

Naropa students may be eligible to enroll in Connect for Health Colorado with possible subsidies based on income level. Note that the Colorado health exchange will only cover emergency services out of the state of Colorado. For more information and to explore coverage and pricing options, visit Connect for Health Colorado.

Questions about immunization or health insurance may be directed to the Student Affairs Coordinator.

Update contact information

Keep in touch

Now that you have been accepted to Naropa University, it’s very important to update your contact information if/when it changes prior to starting classes. This ensures that we will be able to maintain contact and support you throughout your journey here.

To update your contact information:

Step 1: Log in to MyNaropa.

Step 2: Scroll to the bottom section of the homepage (in gray) and click on “Personal Info” in the left upper corner.

Step 3: Click on the “Biographical Info” tab.

Step 4:  Update your information accordingly and click “Submit.” Congratulations, you’re done!

Emergency contact information

Emergency contact information is required for all students. Use this form to update or change your emergency contact information.



Incoming Naropa students may wish to submit a FERPA waiver form to grant permissions for others, such as parents or spouses, to access your records and speak to Naropa staff about sensitive information, such as billing and financial aid.


The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) protects the privacy of your student records. Students who are currently or formerly enrolled at Naropa University are protected under FERPA. This means that non-directory information may not be disclosed except under specific circumstances unless you have completed a waiver.

You have three options regarding your information:

  1. Request a non-release of student directory information. Use this form (must log into MyNaropa) to request that Naropa University does not release any of your information, including restrictions on verification of your degree.
  2. Waiver of FERPA rights. Use this form (must log into MyNaropa) to grant permission for another person to view your records.
  3. Do nothing. You are not required to submit either of the above forms. As a general policy, Naropa University does not disclose information to individuals outside the University without your permission. However, as a service to our students we do verify degrees for potential employers or loan companies.  

Questions may be directed to the Registrar.

Connect with Naropa

Plan a visit

At Naropa University, there’s always something to do. Take a campus tour, meet with your admissions counselor, sit in on a class, and be sure to check out our upcoming events as well. Let us know your availability and we’ll take it from there.

Experience Naropa is an opportunity to explore contemplative education first-hand and meet the Naropa community. Join us for an upcoming Experience Naropa Open House.


Connect online

The Naropa University community is a social one, composed of seekers, makers, artists, activists, humanitarians, and more! Engage and connect with the Naropa community online below.

  • Naropa’s blog—The Pilot Light—is dedicated to realizing our founder’s vision of an awakened society. The Pilot Light features posts by faculty, glimpses into the student perspective, updates from the alumni community, and more.
  • Social media:
  • engage on social media

    The Naropa University community is a social one, composed of seekers, makers, artists, activists, humanitarians, and more! Engage and connect with Naropa community online by following us on social media platforms like FACEBOOK, TWITTER, INSTAGRAM, and YOUTUBE.

Important Dates

Important dates

March 1: Preferred Deadline to Apply for Financial Aid

April 27  August 19: Early Access Registration

May 1: Enrollment Deposit Deadline

August 17: Tuition Payments Due

August 18: Residence Hall Move-in

August 2021: Mandatory Undergraduate Orientation

August 24: First Day of Classes

August 24: First day that financial aid refunds will be available

View the complete 2020 – 2021 Academic Calendar

Additional Resources

Campus maps 

Who's who at Naropa University

All offices are located in Wulsin Hall on the Arapahoe campus unless otherwise noted.

Office of Admissions

Karen Wills, Director of Admissions & Recruiting

Matt Powers, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions & Recruiting

Meredith Doherty, Admissions Counselor

Undergraduate admissions counselors provide in-depth information regarding programs of study, financial aid, registration, housing, orientation, and important dates and deadlines.

Academic Advising 

Career and Life Development

Connect with us for the following: Career / Internship / Field Placement / Major Exploration; Uncovering your core values, beliefs and strengths; Savvy Job Search Strategies; Resume and Cover Letter development; Insider Interviewing Skills; Graduate school preparation; Entrepreneurial ventures; Life Direction and Contemplation

Lyndsay Farrant, Director Career and Life Development
303-245-4763 /

Student Financial Services

303-546-3509 /
Resource for loan counseling, tuition and fee payments, FAFSA verification, payment plans, and electronic refunds.


303-546-3500 /
Resource for registration process in MyNaropa.

Accessibility Services

Moises Hinojosa, Coordinator of Accessibility Resources
303-245-4749 /
Assists students with disability accommodations and alternate format conversion.

Veteran & Military-Connected Student Services

Jessica Brejc, Director of Student Financial Services
303-546-5291 /
Assists student veterans with application procedures for veteran education benefits, connects veterans with campus resources, and certifies enrollment to the VA (Chapters 30, 31, 33, 1606, 1607).

If you plan to use VA education benefits while attending Naropa, please contact Jessica as soon as you have been accepted.

Ethan Au Green, Veteran Success Coordinator & AmeriCorps VISTA
303-245-4621 /

Point of contact for veteran support services on and off-campus.

International Student Services

Tashi Browder, Coordinator, International Student & Scholar Services
303-546-3562 /
Provides ongoing support for international students and scholars, including visas and international student programming; Primary Designated School Official (PDSO).

Campus Life & Housing

Regina Smith, Executive Director for Mission Integration and Student Affairs
303-245-4662 /
Provides resources regarding general student concerns, conflict resolution, and student conduct.

Stephan Taylor, Director of Housing & Residence Life
303-546-3549 /
Oversees on-campus housing and residence life.

Jaime Duggan, Coordinator of Student & Campus Life
303-245-4640 /
Works with student groups, student government, events calendar, Food Pantry and ROOT.

Giovannina Jobson, Contemplative Practice Coordinator
303-245-4603 /
Provides resources on contemplative practice opportunities and meditation instruction; plans and coordinates Community Practice Days.


If you need help accessing MyNaropa or any other IT related questions, please feel free to contact us or visit our IT Helpdesk Website. / 303-245-4609 (M-F 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. / Please leave a voicemail if no one picks up. We do listen to them!)

International Student Resources

Submit I-20 supporting documentation

In order to process your I-20 paperwork, please provide the following via the link below:


Requesting delivery of your I-20

There are two options available to mail your I-20:

  1. Send by regular mail. Overseas mail typically takes four to six weeks. If you want your I-20 sent by regular mail, no response is required;
  2. Send by express mail. Express mail service allows you to receive your I-20 through DHL, FedEx, or UPS in three to five days. Requesting your immigration documents through express mail is at your own expense; you will be charged upon requesting the service. To request express mailing, visit:

You must use the website provided above – do not go through the DHL, FedEx, or UPS directly. All communication will go through eShipGlobal, who will notify us that you are requesting your I-20 to be sent by express mail.

How to use eShipGlobal:

  • Create a username and password.
  • Have your Naropa student ID number, mailing address, email, phone number, and payment information ready.
  • When prompted, choose “Admissions” as the sender.
  • Request shipment to either your foreign address or to a US contact address. If shipping to a US contact address, please include the name of the person who lives at that address.
  • Please pay close attention to the information submitted, as errors in credit card or address information will result in a delay in the mailing of your I-20.
  • If you experience any difficulty in registering and processing the shipment, please use the “Help” link in the site for step by step instructions. If you have additional questions, please email

Health insurance for international students

As noncitizens, all F-1 and J-1 international students and scholars studying in the United States are expected to comply with the health insurance requirement of the Affordable Care Act. In order to comply with this requirement, Naropa requires all international students to have medical insurance.

International students are automatically enrolled in the student health insurance plan through the University with the option to waive it by providing proof that they are insured in some other way. Learn more about the Student Health Insurance Plan and the waiver process.

Questions may be directed to the Coordinator of International Student & Scholar Services.

Veteran & Military-Connected Student Resources

Naropa University is proud to support veterans and military-connected students with programs and initiatives designed to help them achieve a fulfilling and successful educational experience.

Resources for veterans and military-connected students:

  • Veterans should request information on eligibility requirements and application procedures from the Financial Aid Office, their local Veterans' Administration branch, or at
  • Submit a FAFSA: Student Financial Services requests that students who are eligible for the Post–9/11 GI Bill and Yellow Ribbon benefits, and all students seeking financial aid fill out a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in addition to applying for VA Benefits.

If you plan to use VA education benefits while attending Naropa, please contact the School Certifying Official as soon as you have been accepted.

Jessica Brejc, School Certifying Official
Assists student veterans with application procedures for veteran education benefits, connects veterans with campus resources, and certifies enrollment to the VA (Chapters 30, 31, 33, 35, 1606, 1607).

Ethan Au Green, Veteran Success Coordinator & AmeriCorps VISTA
Point of contact for veteran support services on and off-campus.

accessibility Services & Resources
Students requesting support services and/or reasonable accommodations from Naropa University are required to submit documentation of a disabling condition to verify eligibility under the Americans with Disabilities amendments Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Disability Resources policies. 

Naropa documentation requirements can be found at this website (must be logged into MyNaropa to view). The following process is required for all students requesting accommodations and services:

Step 1: Submit a completed Online Application and Request for Accommodations and Services 

Step 2: Submit your documentation of disability via your application, email, or in-person.

Step 3: Schedule an intake appointment with the Accessibility Resources Coordinator. The process and procedures for using any approved accommodations will be discussed during this meeting.

Step 4: If approved for accommodations, you will be provided with a username and password for the Accessibility Resources Online System. You will need to enter your course numbers and select which accommodation requests you wish to receive. You must do this every semester; accommodations do not automatically carry over each semester.

Step 5: You and your professors will be sent a letter outlining your accommodations, via email. 

Step 6: After the letters have been received, you are encouraged to meet with each professor to discuss the arrangements for receiving your accommodations.

Students who are unsure about the necessity for assistance are encouraged to speak to the Accessibility Resources Coordinator to explore their individual situation.

Questions may be directed to the Accessibility Resources Coordinator