Current students are encouraged to meet with an access coordinator early in the semester to become acquainted and talk about classroom accommodations. However, requests to discuss accommodations are welcome at any time. To schedule an appointment, visit our office in Taylor Hall or complete an application form and our staff will arrange a meeting with the appropriate access coordinator. Students may wish to submit professionally prepared documentation in advance. However, students need not have documentation in hand to consult with an access coordinator.
Buildings must be accessible to persons with physical disabilities. Websites and course materials must be accessible to students with hearing or visual impairments. If you encounter a situation where we can provide help or suggest improvements, please contact us.
You can also report accessibility concerns online on the University’s equal opportunity website or by contacting Lynnett Van Slyke, the disability compliance director, at (585) 275-1925 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Requesting an Individual Evacuation Plan
Individuals requesting the development of an Individual Evacuation Plan should contact Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) at (585) 275-3241 or e-mail EH&S Questions. A representative from EH&S will schedule a time to meet with you and develop your personalized plan.
Supporting documentation regarding the existence and the nature of a student's disability is generally considered private. Accordingly, without written consent from the student, information contained in the disability file is kept confidential to the maximum extent possible. Disability-related information will also be kept separate from the student's academic record.
Access to a student's disability file is limited to the local access coordinator, the University disability resource coordinator, and other University officials who require access to the information to perform their professional responsibilities, or who need access to protect the health or safety of the student or others.
All records received will be destroyed seven years after last enrollment term.