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UCLA Center for Accessible Education

CAE staff has the right to:

  • Require appropriate, professional documentation demonstrating the nature and extent of the functional limitations caused by a condition.
  • Deny a request for accommodations for reasons such as failure to submit required documentation, or where the documentation does not indicate that the accommodation is necessary.
  • Refuse a request for an unreasonable accommodation or one which would alter an essential element of a course or degree.
  • Discuss specific disability-related information with UCLA faculty or staff on a need-to-know basis in order to perform its functions.

CAE responsibilities:

  • Review requests for accommodations and documentation submitted and respond in a timely manner regarding its determination.
  • Maintain confidentiality of student documentation and communications.
  • Engage student in interactive process in order to discuss reasonable accommodations.
  • Determine reasonable accommodations and make recommendations to faculty regarding the implementation of accommodations.
  • Act in accordance with Federal and State laws that prohibit discrimination on the basis of disability.