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Adventist University of Health Sciences is dedicated to the elimination of architectural and prejudicial barriers that prevent any qualified person from attending. All applications are welcome. Students who anticipate the need for special services are encouraged to contact the Marketing and Public Relations Department to arrange a visit to the campus. During the visit, applicants will receive information about campus life and can discuss with the Office for Students with Disabilities any information pertinent to their personal needs.
All students with a documented disability, whether or not they are seeking accommodations, should contact the Office for Students with Disabilities when applying to the University. This is recommended to ensure timely implementation of accommodations should the student request it during his or her attendance at Adventist University.
The Office for Students with Disabilities will request completion of a Voluntary Declaration of Disability Form. This form will direct the Office regarding the student’s necessary support documentation.
If the student requests accommodation, that student must provide the Office for Students with Disabilities the requested current, official documentation related to his or her disability. That documentation will be used to determine the type and extent of accommodation that is most reasonable and effective for that student.
If the Office for Students with Disabilities agrees to accommodations, the student must submit a copy of his or her class schedule and proof of payment. The Office will notify each of the student’s instructors of his or her needs once the student has completed the Release of Information Form. The instructor will receive an Academic Accommodation Form explaining the accommodations necessary for that student.
For each subsequent trimester, it is the student’s responsibility to notify the Office for Students with Disabilities of his or her updated class schedule. A Release of Information Form will also need to be submitted each trimester that the student is requesting accommodations.
At any time, students may request in writing to discontinue any information sharing related to their disability. They may request to discontinue their accommodations at any time. Questions or concerns should be brought to the attention of the Office for Students with Disabilities.