Frequently Asked Questions
How will Disabilities Services at Ferris State University differ from those I received in high school?
How does Disabilities Services determine what accommodations and services I should receive?
I received accommodations in high school or I had an Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) (or 504 plan), can I use the IEP (or 504 plan) as documentation?
How do I apply for admission to Ferris State University?
Should I send documentation (i.e., diagnostic testing, psychological evaluation, medical records, vision or hearing report) of my disability to the Office of Admissions with my application to Ferris State University?
Can I be admitted to the University through Disabilities Services?
Can Disabilities Services advise me about my eligibility for admission to FSU?
What support can Disabilities Services provide on my behalf with the Office of Admissions and Records?
What if I do not meet all of the high school coursework requirements, grade point average or ACT/SAT scores that are required to be considered for admission as an entering freshman?
When I am admitted to the University, am I registered with Disabilities Services?
How do I arrange for a campus visit or to participate in freshman orientation?
Is there a special orientation session for new students with disabilities?
When should I apply for Disabilities Services?
What resources are available for students with disabilities?
How do I locate accessible routes, entries and elevators to campus buildings?
Is accessible campus transportation available?
Does Disabilities Services help with arranging housing on campus?
What role do my parents play in the process?
Do you have interpreters and other services for students with hearing impairments?
Where do I get the forms I need?
What if I have additional questions?
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