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Gannon University does not discriminate on the basis of disability by excluding people with disabilities from participation in University programs or activities. The Coordinator of the 504/ADA Program acts as advocate for students with appropriately documented disabilities who require accommodation of facilities, programs, or services of the University. The more significant services provided by this office include: information on accessibility, identification of required accommodations, liaison with faculty and staff in establishing accommodations, (i.e., equipment, tests, note-taking, etc.) and the provision of auxiliary aides when required.
Students with disabilities seeking accommodations have the responsibility to: 1.) self-identify concerning the disability status in a timely manner; 2.) provide disability documentation that is current; and 3.) request necessary accommodations.
Students seeking information or assistance in any matter regarding accessibility or accommodations, who have questions concerning the above policy, or a possible complaint of discrimination on the basis of disability, should contact: The 504/ADA Coordinator who is the University official designated to coordinate efforts to comply with the HEW regulation, section 504, of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the American with Disabilities Act. Telephone: (814) 871-5522 email@example.com.