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Disability Accommodations

The College of Law provides reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities. Accommodations will be made after consulting with the student requesting accommodations and the Disability Resource Center. Accommodations that fundamentally alter the prescribed course of studies must be approved by the Executive Committee. Students with disabilities, that require accommodation(s)/adjustments should contact the Assistant Dean for Student Affairs in order to make arrangements for reasonable accommodations.

 

The Disability Resource Center

The Disability Resource Center promotes universally designed environments and facilitates full access through reasonable accommodations, training, collaboration and innovative programming. Over the past few years the Disability Resource Center has developed a state-of-the-art assistive technology computer facility providing specialized tools for students and staff with disabilities. Technology For: Vision Impairments Ergonomics & Mobility Learning Disabilities are available.

 

The computer lab also serves as a product demonstration area for faculty and staff who are interested in increasing accessibility of university materials. This facility has been designed to provide assistance to the more than 1,500 students and staff served by Disability Resource Center and will continue to address accessibility issues.

 

The Disability Resource Center and The University of Arizona are committed to facilitating full access for students with disabilities through consultation with faculty and the provision of reasonable accommodations. The first step in the process is meeting with a Disability Access Consultant and presenting documentation of a disability. The Disability Access Consultant's role is to review documentation and consult with students and faculty regarding reasonable accommodations.

 

Contact the Disability Resource Center for more information:

 

Disability Resource Center 1224 East Lowell Street Tucson, Arizona 85721 Phone: (520) 621-3268 V/TTY Fax: (520) 621-9423 E-mail: uadrc@email.arizona.edu

 

Updated: 05/03/2010