What if I am concerned about, or object to, a recommendation in DSP's "letter of accommodation?"

We encourage you to contact the DSP specialist who signed the Letter of Accommodation (LOA) if you have any concerns regarding the LOA, whether because you require more clarity, or whether you have concerns about the LOA possibly conflicting with the academic integrity of your course requirements. You are not obligated to fundamentally alter your course, nor are accommodations retroactive.

Please contact the DSP specialist on the LOA to discuss any concerns you may have. If you are concerned that the recommendation is not appropriate for your particular class, then you should contact the DSP Specialist that signed the letter. The DSP Advisors know that their recommendations can occasionally, inadvertently compromise the purposes or standards of a class, and are ready to discuss such concerns with you.