Yes, if it includes information about how the disability currently affects you.
You may have the same disability as another student but may not need the same academic adjustment. The school will make its decision based on your needs.
They will tell you what else they need, and when.
It depends. Schools do NOT have to provide an academic adjustment that would:
- Change essential academic requirements
- Change a service, program, or activity
- Create a financial or administrative burden on the school
A school’s disability services unit may have contact with you only two or three times a semester to:
- Evaluate your disability documentation
- Work with you to determine appropriate services
- Help you arrange services or testing modifications
- Deal with problems as they arise
They usually will NOT directly provide educational services, tutoring, or counseling, or help you plan or manage your time or schedule. That’s your responsibility.