If you suspect that an unidentified disability or learning difference could be inhibiting your academic performance, set an appointment with the Disability Services Coordinator (DSC) to determine whether testing should be initiated.
To expedite the process, fill out the Application for Assessment Services before coming to see the DSC.
Detailed explanation of Testing Process.
Also, since ADHD and learning disabilities are lifelong conditions, documentation of symptoms from early childhood is required to begin the process of assessment. Documents Required for ADHD/LD Screening and Assessment gives example of what can be used.
[Note: Because some students are unaware of the differences between secondary and postsecondary laws and/or procedures, they can be reluctant to pursue testing out of a concern that results will be placed in their “permanent file.” However, contents of files maintained at DSS are shared only when/if there is an educational need to know (such as when health or safety issues are involved) or if a student requests that something be shared. The DSC can confidentially discuss any concerns you have before you decide whether or not to be tested.]