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Priority Registration

About Priority Registration

The purpose of priority registration is to ensure that students with disabilities have equal access to academic courses. It is incumbent upon the student to demonstrate that he or she would be denied equal access to the curriculum without priority registration. Eligibility for priority registration is based upon appropriate documentation of one’s disability and is determined on a case-by-case basis by the Disability Services for Students office (DSS).

Eligible students must receive academic advising and turn in the completed “DSS Priority Registration Academic Advising” form to DSS (Schulz 1014A) by the specified date each semester in order to receive priority registration.

Review the SSU Priority Registration Policy page for more details.