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In the event discontinued services, the student will be notified in writing, via the College’s Electronic-Mail (Email) system. If the student believes the reason for discontinuing service is not justified or the student is not satisfied with the disability-related academic adjustment provided in a specific course or have problems with a specific instructor, the following steps should be taken:
1. Contact the Disability Services. Disability Services is available to discuss your complaint and intervene when appropriate.
2. If the instructor or Disability Services could not resolve your complaint, you may make an appointment with Director of DSPS / Mental Health / ADA Coordinator, indicating the reason for the appointment, appeal a termination of service. During the appointment be prepared to list valid reasons for failure to meet student responsibilities or the need for further accommodations. If possible, bring evidence or documentation to substantiate the reason(s).
3. If, after consulting with the Director of DSPS / Mental Health / ADA Coordinator, students are still not satisfied, they may contact the Dean of Special Programs.
4. Finally, if the student is not satisfied with the outcome of meeting with the Dean of Special Programs, they may appeal via the Student Grievance Process. (see current college catalog, Grievance Policy for Students).
It is the policy of the Yosemite Community College District to provide an environment free of unlawful discrimination. Discrimination on the basis of ethnic group identification, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, color or physical or mental disability in the District’s programs, activities and work environment is unlawful and will not be tolerated by the District.
DECLARACION DE AUSENCIA DE DISCRIMINACION
La declaración de principios del Distrito Colegial Comunitario de Yosemite es de proveer un ambiente libre de discriminación ilegal. El distrito no tolera y es ilegal la discriminación basada en identificación con un grupo étnico, religión, edad, sexo, orientación sexual, color de la piel o discapacidad física o mental en los programas del distrito, las actividades colegiales y el area de trabajo.
ADA / SECTION 504 COORDINATOR
Lonita Cordova, Director of DSPS / Mental Health / ADA Coordinator (Student Services Building, Room 112), voice: (209)575-6225, TTY: (209)575-6863, firstname.lastname@example.org has been designated to coordinate and carry out Modesto Junior College’s compliance with the nondiscrimination requirements of Title II of the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) and section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Information concerning the provisions of the ADA, Section 504 and the rights provided, are available from the ADA/504 Coordinator.
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