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Syllabus Statement

As an institution of higher education, we have a responsibility to inform students with disabilities about the process of accessing reasonable accommodations. The Students with Disabilities syllabus statement is an important part of fulfilling that institutional responsibility, therefore we ask that all teaching faculty include it in every syllabus. Please choose the syllabus statement that aligns with your class’s location and learning environment. If you have questions or need help deciding which is the best statement, please contact Jackie Schneider at 509.358.7816 or by email at j.schneider@wsu.edu

 

WSU Spokane and Yakima Statement:

Students with disabilities:  Reasonable accommodations are available for students with a documented disability or chronic health condition. If you have a disability and need accommodations to fully participate in this class or in campus activities, please visit the Access center and follow the posted procedures to request accommodations:

https://spokane.wsu.edu/studentaffairs/new-myaccess/

Students may also contact Access Coordinator, Jackie Schneider, with questions via email j.schneider@wsu.edu or by phone at 509.358.7816 or by visiting SAC # 145G.  All disability related accommodations MUST be approved by the Access Center. Students with approved accommodations are strongly encouraged to meet with instructors early in the semester during office hours to discuss logistics of implementing the approved accommodations.

 

Clinical Rotations/Externship Statement:

WSU is committed to provide reasonable accommodations for clinical rotations, experiential services, and classroom environments for students with documented disabilities or chronic medical conditions. To obtain academic accommodations for this or future rotation, students with disabilities should follow Access Center’s published procedures for accommodations. All disability-related accommodations MUST be approved through the Access Center. Students with approved accommodations are strongly encouraged to visit with the experiential coordinator early in the semester during office hours to discuss logistics of implementing any approved accommodations.

Multiple Campus statement:

Students with Disabilities:

Reasonable accommodations are available for students with a documented disability or chronic health condition. If you have a disability and need accommodations to fully participate in this class or in campus activities, please visit the Access center of your home campus. All disability related accommodations MUST be approved by the Access Center. Students with approved accommodations are strongly encouraged to meet with instructors early in the semester during office hours to discuss logistics of implementing the approved accommodations. Contact information for your home campus is below:

 

Spokane and Yakima: j.schneider@wsu.edu; 509.358.7816

Pullman & Everett & Global Campus: access.center@wsue.edu; 509.335.3417

Tri-Cities: Gabriella.Corona@wsu.edu ; 509.372.7352

Vancouver: Van.Access@wsu.edu ; 360.546.9238

 
 

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