Under the American Disabilities Act, (ADA-Amendments Act, Title III) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (1973) all student seeking special educational accommodations must provide current notice of the restricting condition to the university. All Clinician reports must be performed while you are an adult age (over the age of 18). The university may not accept Individual Education Plans (IEP's) from High School as current valid documentation under the ADA guidelines since students are identified as minors and children under the age of 18 while receiving IEP (K-12) services. Colleges and universities are only required to accommodate a student's disability if the relevant school personnel are aware that the student has a current disability and the student has publicly stated their disability. If you seek a reasonable educational accommodation at Judson University, we must request current proof of your disability.
The most effective way to show that you are entitled to reasonable ADA accommodations in the current school term is to:
Any questions regarding accommodations at Judson University, please contact Gineen Vargas, Tutor and ADAA Compliance Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone: 847-628-1156 Fax: 847-628-1007. Gineen's office is located in the Student Success Center - Lindner Tower 2nd floor.
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