Room Selection: Medical Accommodations
Students in need of medical accommodations must apply early. The medical accommodations application process begins with submitting a request to Jenna Cler in the University Counseling Center (156 William Street, 12th Floor, 212-346-1526, firstname.lastname@example.org).
Ms. Cler will consider the accommodation(s) being requested, and will provide the office of housing and residential life with a recommendation for accommodation. The student will receive a copy of the recommendation, and will be required to meet with the director of housing or assistant director of housing.
On April 4 and 5, students with approved for medical accommodations will be required to come to the housing office, meet with the director of housing, choose their housing assignment for 2013-2014, and sign a housing contract. Approval for a medical accommodation is not designed to provide students with a room selection advantage with respect to building selection. Unless their medical accommodation requires a specific building, students receiving medical accommodations will be required to choose a room in a building commensurate with where they would be placed if participating in the main room selection process. For this reason, students approved for a medical accommodation will be limited to the following buildings, based on their room selection numbers (unless the selection of a different building is necessary to meet the specified accommodation):
- 7.0+ 182 Broadway, Fulton Hall, 55 John Street, St. George (if available
- 4.0—6.999 182 Broadway, 55 John Street, St. George (if available)
- 0—3.999 55 182 Broadway (triples only), John Street, St. George (if available)