Residential living is central and vital to the experience for all Monmouth College Students. Standard housing provisions adequately meet the needs of most Monmouth College students. However, Monmouth College also provides reasonable accommodations to students with disabilities and/or medical/mental health conditions who have a verifiable need for them. A reasonable accommodation may include an exception to the usual rules, policies, practices or services that a resident may need for the full benefit or enjoyment of college housing. If you have a documented disability and/or medical/mental health condition, you may request a housing accommodation utilizing this form and documentation from your provider. To be considered for a housing accommodation, the student must:
- Complete the Accommodations Request Form
- Once the ASAS has received your Accommodations Request Form the Associate Director we will be in contact with you about next steps and a copy of our Housing Accommodation Request form which should be completed by a licensed provider (e.g. Physician, counselor, therapist…).
Housing documentation for returning students requesting an accommodation for the following year must be submitted by March 1 prior to the room selection process for the following year. See our “Accommodations” page for more information about deadlines for all students.