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Center for Accessibility and Learning Equity: Accessibility Services

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Welcome to the 

Spalding University

Center for Accessibility and Learning Equity 

 

         

             

 

The Center for Accessibility and Learning Equity-Office of Accessibility Services team strives to ensure that Spalding programs, services, and facilities are accessible to all Spalding students on a non-discriminatory basis. The Center for Accessiblity and Learning Equity is committed to working with all eligible students with documented disabilities -- and with faculty and staff -- to provide reasonable accommodations in the academic and/or living environment.

Disclosures to are completely confidential and will never appear on a student's college record. Everyone is unique. The team at the Center for Accessibility and Learning Equity want to engage in a dialogue with students about their experiences and expectations. This will help us identify the information necessary to support accommodations. Documentation may help guide these conversations. This often provides insight into how a student’s disability impacts their higher education experience. While we reserve the right to request more documentation to support specific accommodations, we encourage students not to delay contacting us out of concern for not having the appropriate paperwork.

 

Office Hours at the Center for Accessibility and Learning Equity

Monday - Friday
9 a.m. - 5 p.m

At this time, all appointments will be virtual (via phone or video conference).


Center for Accessibility and Learning Equity staff is available to meet privately with students to discuss disability and accommodation-related matters. 

Questions? Email us!