But when it comes to taking your emotional support animal to school, there is no provision that makes it mandatory for a school to let students carry their ESAs.
Request them to allow you to carry an ESA and if they do then you are in luck.
Yes, there are many schools that have allowed their students to carry an ESA.
Can I bring an emotional support animal to college?
The Americans with Disabilities Act requires schools to allow service animals on their campus. Such animals include trained dogs and miniature horses. And under the Fair Housing Act, colleges must permit service and emotional support animals in their dormitories.
Where are ESA allowed?
Americans With Disabilities cites that emotional support dogs or animals do not have the training to do specific tasks in assisting a person with disability or impairment, unlike service animals. Hence, the pets may not be allowed to accompany their owner in public places ie. restaurants, stores, hotels.
Who qualifies for an emotional support animal?
How to Qualify for An Emotional Support Animal. If you have an emotional disability, you can legally qualify for an ESA, short for emotional support animal. You must be certified as emotionally disabled by a psychologist, therapist, psychiatrist or other duly-licensed and/or certified mental health professional.