Individuals seeking approval for air conditioning in University Housing must provide appropriate medical documentation. University Housing residents share this form with a treating medical professional to provide clarity on the air conditioning request.
Alternative Format Production for Non-RCPD Programs and Institutions
Describes RCPD procedures and fee structures for non-RCPD programs and institutions requesting RCPD production of accessible text materials. This document is not relevant for students requesting textbooks for credit-based MSU coursework.
The Statement of Employee Accommodation Determination (SEAD) is the primary method of documentation that enables employees to validate and communicate their accommodations as determined via a thorough RCPD assessment of needs. This is a sample SEAD.
Assistance Animal in Univeristy Housing Documentation Form
Individuals seeking approval for assistance animals in University Housing must provide appropriate medical documentation. University Housing residents share this form with a treating medical professional to provide clarity on the assistance animal request.
The Michigan Commission on Disability Concerns outlines what is appropriate language to use and what isn't when interacting with persons with disabilities. Person-first language acknowledges the person first, rather than the disability.
This presentation covers the RCPD registration process, information and frequently asked questions about our services, how to implement accommodations after you receive your accommodation letter (VISA), and additional programming through RCPD.
Building Opportunities for Networking and Discovery (BOND) Program Brochure
BOND offers structured opportunities for social and communication development. Within this program, students connect with others facing similar challenges. BOND participants can access peer mentoring, skill building events, social outings, and more. Learn more about the BOND Program here: https://www.rcpd.msu.edu/programs/signature-programs/bond
Building Opportunities for Networking and Discovery (BOND) Program Fall Freshman Seminar Flyer
The Building Opportunities for Networking and Discovery (BOND) Program offers a weekly freshman seminar each fall semester where new students can learn and improve skills in mental health, communication, independent living, and executive functioning. We hope you will join us! Learn more about the BOND Program: https://www.rcpd.msu.edu/programs/signature-programs/bond.
Building Opportunities for Networking and Discovery (BOND) Program - BOND Transitions
BOND Transitions offers freshman and transfer students with Autism Spectrum Disorder to get a kick start on their experience at MSU. Participants will move to campus a few days early to participate in programming that will teach them about MSU resources, campus life, and the East Lansing community. Join us to settled into campus and meet new friends and RCPD staff!
COVID19 Face Mask Medical Modification Accommodation Request Form
Individuals seeking approval for a medical modification to the University face mask policy must provide appropriate documentation. Individuals should share this form with a treating medical professional to provide clarity on the face mask modification request.
Employee Disability Related COVID Remote Working Accommodation Request Form
If you have COVID related concerns about working in-person due to your disability, it is advised to follow the Employee Disability Accommodation Request Process in addition to having your medical provider complete the Employee COVID Related Remote Working Accommodation Request Form. Keep in mind that the COVID related concerns and impacts must go beyond the typical stress or nervousness that most people are expected to feel in readjusting back to in-person work.