Students may submit a Temporary Service Application to SDRC. There is no guarantee that services will be provided.
Temporary impairments or medical conditions are generally not regarded as disabilities. The degree of functional limitation and the duration of such impairments are typically not substantial enough to cause a temporary condition to be considered a disability. UWF does recognize that temporary conditions may cause difficulties for the student in the academic setting. The following are some suggestions that might be beneficial for students with temporary impairments or medical conditions:
Temporary Mobility Impairment
Students who are utilizing mobility aids such as electric scooters, wheelchairs, canes, crutches etc. are advised to research the most accessible route for their needs to get to and from class.
If students with temporary impairment have transportation needs relating to their condition, they are encouraged to use the campus Trolley which meets the federal requirements for accessibility. For more information, see Parking and Transportation Services Trolley Information.
UWF provides accessible parking on campus. Students in need of accessible parking must have a state-issued parking placard as well as appropriate University parking permit.
Students who need information regarding course changes or adjustments should contact their academic advisors or instructors of the course.
Students experiencing difficulty writing due to a temporary impairment should:
Please complete the Temporary Service Application.