listening, thinking, reading, writing, spelling or performing arithmetic
calculations. Examples include dysgraphia, dysphasia, dyscalculia, and
other specific learning disabilities in the basic psychological or neurological
processes. Such disorders do not include learning problems which are due
primarily to visual, hearing, or motor handicaps, to mental retardation, to
emotional disturbance or to an environmental deprivation.
The documentation must be completed by a qualified professional within the last
days; however the Coordinators of Disabled Student Services reserve the right
to make modifications to this time frame.
An updated transcript to identify reasonable substitutions for the
criteria for admission to a program of study or graduation.
Information regarding student’s secondary and postsecondary
academic history, including subject area/test attempts to identify
reasonable substitutions for the criteria for admission to a program of
study or graduation.
Accommodations used for reasonable substitutions. Coordinators of
Disabled Student Services can also include recommendation based
off of the students file with the Office for Disabled Student Services.
Input from faculty and staff to designate substitutions know as well
as input on an individual basis. This includes student performance,
effort, and attendance.
Colleges in the Florida College System are required by Rule 6A-10.041 to accept
all substitutions previously granted by a state postsecondary institution. Every
consideration will be given to substitutions previously granted by private and/
or out-of-state institutions. However, FKCC cannot guarantee or mandate that
substitutions granted here will be accepted by out-of-state postsecondary
The Office for Students with Disabilities will maintain records on the number of
students granted substitutions by type of disability, the substitutions provided
including course title and numbers, the substitutions available for each
documented disability and the number of request for substitutions which were
Students should contact the Office for Students with Disabilities for further