Every otherwise qualified student with a disability has the right to:
- Equal access to Wheaton College’s programs, services, activities and facilities.
- Reasonable and appropriate accommodations, academic adjustments and auxiliary aids and services as determined on an individualized case-by-case basis.
- Confidentiality regarding disability-related information, except as permitted by the individual or permitted or required by law.
- Information reasonably available in accessible formats.
- Utilization without retaliation of the grievance procedure if the student believes the college is not providing appropriate accommodations, academic adjustments and auxiliary aids.
Every otherwise qualified student with a disability has the responsibility with or without accommodations to:
- Meet the College’s qualifications including essential academic and code of conduct standards.
- Identify with the Learning and Accessibility Services Office as a student with a disability and request accommodations as early as possible. Please keep in mind that certain accommodations requests: i.e. in the residence halls and study abroad programs may need additional lead time.
- Provide documentation when requested from a qualified medical or mental health professional.
- Follow up in an appropriate and timely manner with faculty and staff members.