- To not be denied access due to disability.
- To receive reasonable accommodations which provide equal opportunity.
- To have access to auxiliary aids/assistive technology.
- To receive assistance from the Office of Academic Support Services in removing any academic, physical or attitudinal barriers.
- To not be discriminated against due to a disability or receive any retaliatory discrimination.
- To confidentiality of all documentation related to his or her disability.
- To self-identify themselves to the Office of Academic Support Services.
- To provide documentation -- with current functional limitations and recommendations for academic support -- by a qualified practitioner.
- To present Documentation Confirmation to faculty within the first two weeks of the semester.
- To provide a minimum of a two-week notice for all accommodation requests including but not limited to adaptive technology, physically accessible classrooms, interpreters or texts in alternative format.
- To provide one-week notice to the instructor and Director of Academic Support when they will be testing at CASA.
- To assume responsibility for testing procedures and notifying faculty and Academic Support accordingly.
- To assume personal responsibility for meeting with faculty and requesting assistance through supplemental services such as the CASA Tutoring Center.
- To meet the University's graduation requirements.
For further information, please contact Ms. LaDonna Bridges at 508-626-4906 or firstname.lastname@example.org.