PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
PEER MENTORING PROGRAMS
Educational Access Coordinator
The Educational Access Coordinator assists students with documented disabilities by designing plans with reasonable accommodations for equal access to their educational program. The Educational Access Coordinator serves as a resource and provides consultation to the student, faculty and staff in implementing the accommodation plan.
A useful link that addresses college transition issues and students with disabilities is www.ed.gov/ocr. A publication entitled "Students and Disabilities Preparing for Postsecondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilites" is available through this link.
Medical Single Housing
Students may apply for a medical single within our on-campus housing program. In order for us to establish whether a student qualifies for a medical single, we require an assessment and diagnosis of the student. A disability is defined as a physical or mental impairment that limits one or more major life activities such as eating, breathing, sleeping, and more.
Received documentation will be kept confidential. This information is only released and/or discussed on a need-to-know basis and is subject to FERPA guidelines. No information concerning inquiries about accommodations or the documentation will be released and/or discussed without consent from the individual requesting the medical single. Please find a Medical Single Housing Request Form here and visit the housing website to learn more about medical single housing .