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A university student diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome has applied for alternative testing accommodations. The school's Disability Services Dept. has reviewed her paperwork and acknowledged the need for accommodations, but does not offer individualized accommodations as a matter of policy with few exceptions. Accommodations are rather chosen from a boilerplate list of standard interventions. She has attempted the courses in question with standard interventions and failed. Her diagnosing psychologist has supplied all relevant paperwork and suggests appropriate accommodations, but declines to name specifics. The student is otherwise in superior academic standing and has made considerable effort to work with all parties involved. What legal grounds, exist, if any, to compel her case?