Assistance Animal Policy

Your request for reasonable accommodation will be reviewed upon receipt of documentation submitted on letterhead by a licensed psychologist, psychiatrist, or licensed clinical social worker (name and license number must be provided) as per the following:

  • Current diagnostic statement as per the DSM-V which indicates subtypes and specifiers (when applicable), along with the nature, frequency, and severity of the symptoms which indicate the need for an Emotional Support Animal.
  • Clinical summary of how the accommodation will help to alleviate the identified symptoms or effects of the disability.
  • Completion of the document linked below and acknowledgement from provider that the listed considerations have been reviewed with the student prior to making a recommendation.

 

Documentation Requirements

Assistance Animal Documentation Requirements [Word]

Office Hours

Dempsey Hall 125
Monday-Friday
7:45 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

 

University Police

Emergency: (920) 424-1212
Non-Emergency: (920) 424-1216