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Requesting and Receiving Accomsmodation

Building Accessibility

The University is committed to making programs accessible to students. If a building where the program, class or event is located is not accessible, meeting locations may be moved (if possible) to provide access. If a faculty office is not accessible, the faculty member is expected to make arrangements to meet with the student elsewhere on campus. If a University event is scheduled in a non-accessible building, the student should notify the sponsoring department or the DSS office at least two weeks prior to the event so the event can be moved or other accommodations can be made. If notification is given in less than two weeks, the sponsoring department or the DSS office should still try to move the location (or make other accommodations) as time and room availability will allow.

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