- If you need special services, personal assistance, transportation, equipment, or supplies that are not provided by other agencies or your school, you may want to make a "Disability Expenses Request" to your financial aid office
- You should include documents that show out-of-pocket costs associated with your disability, such as special services, personal assistance, transportation, equipment, and supplies that are reasonably incurred and not provided by other agencies or your school.
- If your request is approved, you may receive grant aid or you may be able to take on new federal student loans to help cover your costs.
- You can also link this video on how to use the tool.
Appeal Demo Video
Disabilty Expenses Request Letter
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