How ESA animals affect living situations on-campus

How ESA animals affect living situations on-campus

Bringing an emotional-support animal to campus is a process, one that can involve not just the owner, but potential roommates as well.

Emotional-support animals, also known as therapy animals, are issued by medical professionals to provide comfort to people suffering from a wide range of emotional and mental illnesses.

According to Ohio State policy, individuals who wish to live on campus with an ESA must register with the university’s American Disabilities Act coordinator’s office and provide documentation from a health care provider.

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