Rights

  • You have the right to confidentiality.
  • You have the right to equal access to programs, classes, and facilities.
  • You have the right to have reasonable accommodations provided.
  • You have the same rights granted to every student at Blue Ridge Community College.

Responsibilities

  • You must disclose your disability to receive accommodations/services.
  • You must provide documentation of your disability from a qualified professional.
  • You must request specific accommodations.
  • You must meet with the Student Accessibility Services staff when appointments are scheduled.
  • You must pick up, complete, and return the Student Accessibility Services Office paperwork.
  • You must comply with all policies, codes, and regulations of Blue Ridge Community College.

Student Accessibility Services Office Grievance Process

Any student having a complaint related to the determination of disability related services and accommodations through the Student Accessibility Services Office is entitled to a prompt and equitable resolution of his or her complaint.
Steps:

  1. If any student has a complaint that cannot be resolved with the Student Accessibility Services Coordinator, the student should put the concern in writing and submit it to the Vice President of Student Services.
  2. Should there be no satisfactory resolution following a conference with the Vice President of Student Services, the student may initiate a formal grievance.
  3. Students may reference and should follow the procedure located under the “Student Grievance Procedure and Due Process” section of the college catalog.

Contáctenos

Carolyn Levine, MS, CRC
Student Accessibility Services Coordinator
Phone: (828) 694-1813
Fax: (828) 696-2446
Correo electrónico:
c.levine@blueridge.edu or access@blueridge.edu

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