Psychological Impairments

Students whose emotional or psychological disorder currently significantly impacts their academic performance are eligible for accommodations. Some disorders, which might be disabling include severe depression, include bi-polar disorder, posttraumatic stress syndrome, and multiple personality disorder. In general, students with emotional or psychological disorders do well in school. However, in some cases emotional/ psychological difficulties may interfere with attendance, information processing or academic performance.

Counseling

If appropriate, refer the student to the campus Counseling Center. Avoid taking on the role of counselor with the student. It is important to maintain appropriate roles and boundaries with all students.

Medications

A student’s medication might cause him/her to be drowsy or inattentive. A student may need to leave the room due to the effects of medication. Please do not draw attention to these behaviors.

Student conduct

All students are held to the same conduct code printed in Seattle University’s Student Handbook. If a student is disruptive ask him/her to leave. Students whose behavior is inappropriate should not be permitted to remain in the classroom, activity, or, service area. If the student refuses to leave or there is a question about safety, call the Public Safety Department for support.

A student with a psychological or emotional disability might need test accommodations arranged through the Learning Center in order to provide a low stress testing environment or extended time.

Regular Office Hours: 
Mon-Thurs 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday  8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Summer Office Hours:
Mon-Thurs 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Friday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm 

Front Desk: (206) 296-5740
Testing: (206) 398-4378
 
Exams may be emailed to
testingcenter@seattleu.edu

Upcoming Reminders & Deadlines

Use the links below to submit your academic adjustment and electronic textbook request forms. Request forms must be submitted each quarter you wish to use your personalized accommodations plan.

Adjustments Request Form

Electronic Textbook Request