A person with a disability who meets the academic and technical standards required for admission or participation in the college’s programs or activities.
The Accessibility Support Service staff cannot share information about students without the student’s written permission.
If it is determined that there is a need to know, documentation can be released to appropriate personnel. This release usually occurs when there is a threat to harm a person or property.
No. However, two circumstances warrant faculty/staff access to specific information about a student’s disability: The student gives permission to the Accessibility Support Services Office to disclose disability to faculty/staff. It is determined that there is a need to know. This circumstance usually occurs when there is a threat to harm a person or property.
The Accessibility Support Service Office keeps documentation for five years after the student has stopped attending North Central Missouri College.
The Accessibility Support Services Office will not release documentation without the student’s permission. Releasing documentation is determined on a case-by-case basis.
Yes. Students may inform one, some or all of their instructors.
Yes, but accommodations are never retroactive. For example, a student cannot set up accommodations at midterm and expect to be able to retake tests with accommodation that were taken prior to midterm.
Students with physical access concerns are encouraged to meet with the Accessibility Support Services Office to learn about specific campus access, parking, and crisis evacuations. However, it is not necessary or required that students request accommodations.