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Students with disabilities

In accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and the Amendments Act of 2008, Learning & Disability Resources supports ATSU students with disabilities by determining eligibility and providing necessary academic adjustments, while maintaining the standards of the University. Academic adjustments are provided for qualified students with disabilities, to ensure that academic requirements do not have discriminating effects.

Any student seeking academic adjustments to accommodate limitations due to a documented disability is required to register with Learning & Disability Resources. Requests for academic adjustments must be made in writing.

A confidential, interactive process is used to determine eligibility on a case-by-case basis. While requests can be made at any time, the review process can take up to three (3) weeks, so requesting well in advance of anticipated need is recommended. ATSU's Academic Adjustments Process and Academic Adjustment FAQs provide additional information.

To register, or to discuss adjustments and services as they may apply to your individual situation, please contact us by email or phone.

Missouri campus & CGHS students, please contact:

Jennifer McNeely, Director - Learning & Disability Resources
660.626.2774  |  Deaf/HOH: 711

Arizona campus students, please contact:

Kimberly Jones, Disability Resources Advisor
480.245.6248  |  Deaf/HOH: 711

Minimal technical standards for matriculation

Please refer to the ATSU University Catalog for technical standards of each college and/or program. Examples of associated standards for the KCOM DO program, mentioned in the Catalog, can be found here.