Priority for students with disabilities?

<p>Hello, I have a documented disability (mental not physical). Would I be qualified for priority enrollment if I provide all of the documentation to the Office of Students with disabilities?</p>

<p>I got a medical supplemental for UCB</p>

<p>I had to send an official document proving diagnosis of condition.</p>

<p>FOR UCLA though</p>

<p>I didn't receive a disability supplemental but rather a normal supplemental.</p>

<p>I would like to know too! Anyone does?</p>

<p>hes not talking about applying for ucla lol.</p>

<p>I knew a girl with claustrophobia who got priority housing enrollment. Other than that...idk.</p>



<p>then um, nvm.</p>

<p>i remembering getting some application for a UCLA program (I can't remember the name), but it targets certain risk groups (ADHD, LD, first generation college students,), etc, and they set you up with mentor. I had to turn in an essay, but I wasn't selected. as part of this program, you would get priority enrollment. just can't think of the name of the program.</p>

<p>OK, i checked my old email and the program is called "PLUS". Here's the link
UCLA</a> Program Leading to Undergraduate Success</p>

<p>altho it doesn't say anything about priority enrollment on the website,, the introduction letter explained the benefits and that was one of them.</p>

<p>I think you need a learning disorder to get priority enrollment. So a mental disorder probably wouldn't work. If you do have a learning disability, just go down to the OSD in Murphy hall and they will gladly set you up. Office of Students with Disabilities. Very nice people in that office.</p>