Students who require housing accommodations for a Residence Hall or an Apartment Style Hall must be approved for accommodations by the Services for Students with Disabilities office. The student must provide documentation of a disability from a licensed professional (physician, psychologist, psychiatrist or other specialist) and include specific information about the housing accommodation. See “Documentation Policies” under Prospective Students. An appointment may be scheduled with the Director, Assistant Director or Disability Specialist to complete this accommodation process.
It is ultimately the responsibility of the customer to decide whether to eat certain foods. The University will not assume any liability for adverse reactions to foods consumed or to items one may come into contact with while eating at a University establishment. For questions regarding the ingredients of the menu items or any other questions about food contents, please consult a member of the dining center's management team at any time. If you believe you may have disability-related food allergies or other dietary needs related to a disability, please contact the SSD office at (402) 472-3787.