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  • The college is not required by law to provide aides, services, or devices for personal use of study, nor is it required to design special academic programs for students with disabilities.
  • Neither the Americans with Disabilities Act, nor Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, requires the college to alter admissions or graduation requirements. Accommodations are determined individually based on the educational limitations provided in the disability verification documentation.
  • Uphold the Student Code of Conduct for ALL students
  • Not discriminate against an individual solely on the basis of disability
  • Provide a student who has a verified disability, reasonable accommodations and/or auxiliary aids to afford the student equal opportunity and access to participate in the college'​s programs, activities, and services. Disabled Student Programs and Services (DSPS) is the vehicle by which the institution provides accommodations to students although official participation is voluntary.
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