Every student with a documented disability at Drew University has the right to:
An equal opportunity to participate in and benefit from employment, programs, services, and activities offered through the university.
An equal opportunity to learn, and to receive reasonable accommodations, academic adjustments, and/or auxiliary aids and services.
Appropriate confidentiality of all information regarding their disability, and to choose to whom information about their disability will be disclosed, except as disclosures are required/permitted by law.
Information, reasonably available in accessible formats.
Every student with a documented disability has the responsibility to:
Meet qualifications and maintain essential institutional standards for employment, courses, services, and activities.
Self-identify as an individual with a disability, when an accommodation is needed, and to seek information, counsel, and assistance as necessary.
Demonstrate and/or document (from an appropriate professional) how the disability limits their participation in employment, courses, programs, services, or activities.
Follow published procedures for obtaining information, services and reasonable accommodations.
Drew University has the right to:
Maintain its academic standards.
Identify and establish essential functions, abilities, skills, knowledge and standards for courses, programs, services, jobs, activities and the use of facilities; and to evaluate students on this basis.
Request and receive, through the Office of Accessibility Resources, current documentation that supports the request for accommodations, academic adjustments, and/or auxiliary assistance and services.
Deny any request for accommodations, academic adjustments, and/or auxiliary assistance and services if the individual fails to provide appropriate documentation, or if the documentation provided demonstrates that the request is not warranted.
Refuse an accommodation, adjustment, and/or auxiliary assistance and services as unreasonable.