- To establish fundamental program and course standards and to evaluate each student’s performance against these standards.
- To request and receive documentation that supports academic accommodations.
- To deny a request for academic accommodations if documentation is not provided or if documentation fails to demonstrate that accommodations are needed.
- To select among equally effective modifications to meet a student’s academic needs.
- To refuse an unreasonable modification or one that poses undue administrative or financial hardship on the college.
- To prohibit discrimination against qualified individuals with disabilities.
- To reduce or eliminate physical, academic and attitudinal barriers.
- To provide reasonable accommodations.
- To maintain the strictest of student confidentiality.
- To assist students in self-advocacy.
- To guide students to resources that might assist them.
- To communicate with students in a way that maintains dignity and respect.
- To serve as a liaison between faculty and students with disabilities.
For further information, please contact Ms. LaDonna Bridges at 508-626-4906 or firstname.lastname@example.org.