Rights and Responsibilities of Students with Disabilities
Are entitled to equal access to participation in, or the benefits of, any program or
activity operated by the College.
Must meet the College’s admission standards as outlined in the current catalog.
Must, in a timely manner, self-identify as a student with a disability seeking
reasonable accommodations, academic adjustments, and/or auxiliary aids and, when
requested, provide written documentation from a licensed professional.
To ensure that the Disability Resource Center (DRC) is aware of enrollment status, and
request accommodations each semester
To rescind, in writing, at any time written permission given to the Disability
Resource Center (DRC) to acquire or share confidential information.
To discuss with instructors, as needed, approved accommodations, academic adjustments,
and/or auxiliary aids.
To appeal, in writing, any request for accommodations, academic adjustments, and/ or
auxiliary aids denied by the DRC.
To notify the DRC should any problems with requested and approved accommodations,
academic adjustments, and/or auxiliary aids arise during the semester.
To expect that no employee or representative of the College engages in retaliatory
conduct against a student who exercises his/her rights under the ADA/ADAAA.
To report any such retaliatory conduct to the DRC, or to the Dean of Student Affairs,
who may then conduct an investigation.
Dan Bruderer, Senior Coordinator
Alexander D. Creek Building #5, Room 591
(208) 535-5462 email@example.com