Temporary accommodations may be granted to students with injuries (i.e. broken bones, concussion, etc.) or acute, emergent medical conditions (i.e. sudden stroke, blindness, etc.), or even students with emerging symptoms and diagnoses of learning disabilities or ADHD. In such instances, the College may assign any number of accommodations on a temporary basis (typically no longer than one semester) to address impermanent injury, illness, or other conditions.
In other instances a ‘temporary accommodation’ can simply mean that documentation supporting a student’s request for accommodations will ‘expire’ before the end of their time at the college and will require them to provide updated documentation at the expiration of prior documentation.