Unreasonable Requests

  • I don’t need to ask for updated testing in high school since the college will test me for free.
  • Because of my disability, admission and/or graduation requirements will not apply.
  • I qualified for Social Security; therefore, I will get disability services in college
  • The college has to pay tuition and fees for students with disabilities and help with the cost of books.
  • The college will help me with my transportation needs from home to the campus.
  • The college will provide the course modifications that are authorized on the last high school IEP.
  • The college will look after me and guarantee that I will pass my classes.
  • Once I enroll in college, all of my accommodations will be automatically given.
  • Whatever accommodations I say I need, will be provided.
  • Any absences will automatically be excused if I am sick or if it is disability related.
  • If I have a problem then later notify the instructor/ADA Office that I need accommodations,
  • I can redo and retake assignments and tests so the results can be adjusted.
  • The college will be violating the law if it does not give me one-on-one tutoring.
  • If I want the instructor’s notes, outlines, study guides and a practice exam, the instructor will give them to me.
  • As long as I attend class and do the homework, I will pass the class.
  • The doctor’s diagnosis written on a prescription pad is all the documentation I need to receive accommodations.
  • I can take only half of the normal test. The tests will have to be shorter for me and all I need to do is ask the disability office for that modification.
  • I can have the ASL interpreter I want.