- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Should there be no satisfactory resolution following a conference with the Vice President of Student Services, the student may initiate a formal grievance.
- Students may reference and should follow the procedure located under the “Student Grievance Procedure and Due Process” section of the college catalog.