Disability Support Services

Accommodations

DETERMINING REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS

A reasonable accommodation is a modification or adjustment to a course, program, service, or facility, which ensures that a qualified student with a disability is not excluded, segregated or otherwise treated differently. The modification or adjustment is not required if it would fundamentally alter the nature of the course, program, service, or facility or if it would result in an undue burden for the College. In addition, the College is obligated to make a reasonable accommodation only to the known limitations of an otherwise qualified student with a disability. To determine reasonable accommodations, Disability Support Services may seek information from appropriate college personnel regarding essential standards and requirements for courses, programs, services, or facilities. The Director of Disability Support Services makes final determination of reasonable accommodations.