Mount St. Joseph University (the “University”) offers accommodations and modifications to qualified students with documented disabilities to allow them full access to and participation at the University as set forth in its Student Disability Accommodation Policy and Grievance Procedure. The complete policy can be accessed online. This policy supports the University’s commitment to complying with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended in 2008, and embodies the University’s long-standing mission to ensure the inclusion of all members of its community.
This policy addresses the following:
The University’s Learning Center and Disability Services implements the University’s policy and procedures for students with qualifying disabilities. For information about services provided by the Learning Center & Disability Services, please contact the University's 504 Coordinator, Stacy Mueller, Director of The Learning Center, Disability Services and Project EXCEL, at 513-244-4623 or firstname.lastname@example.org. The complete policy can be accessed online.
For complaints arising out of the University’s handling of any student’s request for or implementation of an accommodation pursuant to the Student Disability Accommodation Policy and compliance with its responsibilities under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, students are encouraged to consult with the University's 504 Coordinator, Stacy Mueller, Director of The Learning Center, Disability Services and Project EXCEL, who can be reached at (513) 244-4623 or email@example.com. Pursuant to the Student Disability Accommodation Grievance Procedures, formal grievances should be filed with the Associate Provost for Academic Affairs, Dr. Christa Currie, who can be reached at (513) 244-4614 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Students arriving more than 15 minutes late to an exam will not be allowed additional time to compensate for tardiness. Disability Services will consult with the professor to proceed according to the professor’s instructions. Whether or not the student can take the exam may also depend on space and staff availability.