A Faculty Member is not obligated to provide reasonable accommodations without a signed Instructor Notification Form or E-Mail notification from the Disability Resources & Services office.
It is the primary responsibility of the student to initiate the discussion of the in-class accommodations needed; however, the outcome depends on the receptivity, flexibility, and understanding of the instructor. Both faculty and student may find it useful to consult with the DRS Department for advice and/or assistance.
Students may request accommodations at any time during the semester but they are not retroactive.
Information for Students with Disabilities: If you have a documented disability, including a learning disability, and would like to discuss possible accommodations, please contact the MCC Disabilities Resources and Services Office at 480-461-7447 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To ensure equal access, all required course materials provided in web links are expected to meet AA Standard of Compliance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. All internal and external course links should be evaluated by the WAVE Web Accessibility Evaluation Tool. Course materials are expected to be in compliance, or an alternative option provided upon the students request. Students with disabilities must have an equally effective and equivalent educational opportunity as those students without disabilities. Students experiencing difficulty accessing course materials because of a disability are expected to contact the course instructor so that a solution can be found that provides all students equal access to course materials and technology.
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