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Student Accessibility

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The Office of Student Accessibility (OSA) seeks to accommodate students with documented disabilities to allow equal standing in educational endeavors.

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), along with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, were enacted to provide a clear and comprehensive mandate for the elimination of discrimination against individuals with disabilities.

In compliance with these laws, Student Accessibility at Ƶ is dedicated to maintaining an environment that guarantees students with disabilities full access to its educational programs, activities, and facilities. Accommodations are designed to level the playing field for students with disabilities, while maintaining the integrity and standards of the University's academic programs.

Accommodations take time to implement.  The student must complete the application and approval process at least three weeks prior to the start of classes in order to best facilitate the logistics of any academic accommodation.  If the approval process is completed less than three weeks prior to the start of classes we will not be able to guarantee access to the class.

For the latest information and campus update please follow the link:  COVID-19 Planning and Preparedness.  The Office of Student Accessibility is available to provide consultation to students and faculty for any COVID-19 related issues or class delivery concerns. 

Please contact us with any questions.

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