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可访问性 Support Services provides a variety of services to eligible students (must provide proper documentation). 可访问性 related accommodations may include, 但不限于:读者, 注意接受者, 教室里住宿, 测试以, 以及转介服务.

  • Provide equal access and opportunity to all academic programs and campus activities for students with disabilities.
  • Provide appropriate and reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities, free of charge. 
  • Promote the philosophy of equal access and opportunity with all 凯发官网入口 administrators, 教师, 教职员及学生.
  • Serve as a resource for 教师 and staff on issues regarding 可访问性. 
  • Work in cooperation with 教师 and staff to create student accommodation plans.
  • Refer eligible students with disabilities to academic support services (e.g. 学业顾问、辅导服务).
  • Encourage self-advocacy for students with disabilities to increase their independence and level of self-sufficiency.
  • Make referrals to outside agencies when appropriate (e.g. Vocational Rehabilitation, 咨询 Services).
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The request for accommodation and the provision of the accommodation must be appropriate and timely. The 可访问性 Support Services office will address requests for accommodations in a timely manner, but the institution cannot guarantee the availability of appropriate accommodations without ample lead time to make preparations and/or investigate resources.

专业服务, such as sign language interpreting and/or captioning, 请求必须通过电话提出, 电子邮件, 或者亲自去, at least 90 days in advance of date of service. The 可访问性 Support Services office requires four to six weeks advance notice to process textbooks in an alternate format.

住宿条件
住宿可能包括:课堂笔记, 优先座位, 放大印刷文本, 消除物理障碍. To learn more, contact 可访问性 Support.

文档的指导方针
凯发官网入口 可访问性 Support Services looks to the Association for Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD) for direction regarding disability eligibility. This includes who is entitled to accommodations, how those determinations are made, and by whom. The AHEAD guidance interprets the Amendments to the ADA, with the stated purpose "to make it easier for people with disabilities to obtain protection under the ADA."

Documentation to support a request for 教室里住宿 may take a variety of forms, formal and informal. 它是互动的一部分, deliberative process to gather evidence to establish disability and identify barriers to learning with connection to the disability. 它可能包括, 但不限于, 学生自我报告, 住宿史, observation and interaction with 可访问性 Support Services professionals and records from medical and educational professionals.

Federal legislation acknowledges that post-secondary institutions may request a reasonable level of documentation to support specific accommodation requests without requiring extensive evidence from medical/psychological professionals. The goal of documentation is to support a student's request for a specific accommodation in cases where other attempts to find evidence of disability fails to show connection between disability and the accommodation.
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Process for Requesting 可访问性 Support Services
  1. 填写并提交 服务请求.
  2. 提交质量文件. This documentation will assist staff in determining eligibility and appropriate accommodations and/or services. Information shared from personal experiences will help with eligibility and accommodation determination decisions. It is most helpful if documentation is current enough to explain how the condition(s) affects a student now, especially in light of anticipated needs for assistance to accommodate.
  3. The 服务请求 and documentation will be reviewed as soon as possible after received. 电子邮件 and/or mail notification will be sent concerning the need for additional information. 
  4. 学生 will be contacted in order to schedule an appointment with 可访问性 Support Services to explore and determine access.
  5. 学生 utilizing accommodation services must observe the same college policies and academic regulations required of all students.

可访问性 Support Services agrees to keep information and records concerning the student's disability confidential in compliance with the Family 权利 and Privacy Act (FERPA), North Dakota state statutes and the professional and ethical standards of the Association on Higher Education and Disability (AHEAD).

Additional Campus 可访问性 Resources

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For information regarding accessible parking contact Campus Security at 701.570.6699.    
 
学术辅导
Academic information, resources, tutoring services, Stevens Hall, Suite 128, 701.774.4224wsc.accessibility@winebazar.net

可访问性 & 保留专家

史蒂文斯大厅,128
wsc.accessibility@winebazar.net
p. 701.774.4224
f. 701.774.4211
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