How to Register


Complete the Student Registration Form. Google Chrome web browser is strongly recommended. This form enables students to detail their disability, past services, and needed accommodations from their own perspective. In addition, this is helpful as an introduction to DAS staff.

  • Submit documentation about your disability and/or past use of accommodations that will assist DAS in considering your request by one of the following methods: upload directly to Accommodate, fax (404.727.1126) or, email to accessibility@emory.edu.  Typically, documentation is from an appropriate, licensed professional who is able to detail the presence of the disability, its impact on the student’s learning or other major life activity, and relevant details to support the student’s request for accommodations.  Some examples include medical records/letter from a physician or psychologist, psychoeducational assessment/evaluation, and school records.  For the convenience of practitioners, verification forms have also been developed that may be completed for ADHD/ADD, Chronic Medical or Physical Disabilities, and/or Mental Health. If you do not have any documentation, these forms are available for download in the Forms section.  All documentation received is confidential and is kept in a private file at Accessibility Services.
  • For Fall 2022 Incoming Students, your materials will be reviewed beginning July 1st. Students will receive a response in a timely manner with one of the following application statuses:
    • Approved Accommodations: When a student’s request for reasonable accommodations have been approved, the student will schedule a “Welcome Session” with their assigned Student Access Coordinator to finalize the process of receiving their accommodations.  You can schedule a meeting via Microsoft Booking Calendar.  During this meeting, there will be a review of how to implement the approved accommodations, and assist the student in completing 
    • More Information Needed:  When a student’s request for reasonable accommodations cannot be approved due to the fact that additional information is needed to substantiate the need for reasonable accommodations, the student will be notified that they will need to schedule a follow-up meeting with a DAS staff member.
    • Application Not Approved:  When a student’s request for reasonable accommodations is not approved, DAS will contact the student to explain the rationale for the denial and discuss next steps, if applicable.