- Addition time for completing coursework and tests
- Modification of physical facilities (such as access to classrooms, housing and other campus buildings and offices, etc.)
Students living in a college dormitory may be surprised to learn that their right to privacy within their room and other dorm facilities is more limited than they might expect
Title II of the ADA prohibits state and local government entities from discriminating against qualified individuals with disabilities in regard to programs, services and activities provided by those entities. In practical terms, Title II extends the prohibition against discrimination of disabled students afforded by Section 504 to all state and local governments (including public colleges and universities) regardless of whether they receive federal funding or not.
- Understand Your RightsIt’s always important to start with a clear comprehension of your rights as a disabled college student.