Disabled Student Services
The Coordinator of Disability Services organizes support services to enable students with disabilities to achieve their academic potential. Available services include alternative testing and information about external support services and resources. The Coordinator of Disability Services is the institution's Americans with Disabilities Act officer.
William Woods University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sex, ethnicity, nationality, disability or veteran status in the recruitment and admission of any student. This pertains to all of the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school, including administration of William Woods University's educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-related programs.
Students are not required to disclose a disability when applying to the university or at any other time. Students who choose to disclose a disability to the university and/or who request accommodation or special aids (when applying for admission or at other times) must provide notice and documentation of the disability in accordance with the university's policy. The university's policy requires the following:
Students who choose to disclose a disability are responsible for notifying the university of their disability on a timely basis.
Students must direct any such notice to the Disability Services Coordinator.
Students are responsible for requesting specific academic adjustments and/or special aids on a timely basis.
Students are responsible for giving the university appropriate supporting evidence of their disability and the requested academic adjustments or special aids on a timely basis.
For additional information regarding the university's policy, please contact the university's Americans with Disabilities Act officer.
These policies apply to the Semester Program/On Campus students only. Graduate College Students will need to consult the Graduate College Regulations.