The Academic Support Center is committed to providing students with disabilities an equal opportunity to participate in university programs, courses and activities through reasonable accommodations and services. Watch the accommodations process video to learn how to register your disability with the Academic Support Center and hear a student testimonial regarding their experience with receiving accommodations at SAU.
Complete online accommodations request form
Send signed information release form to healthcare provider
Healthcare provider sends documentation to Academic Support Center via fax. 833-487-1058
Accommodations Intake Meeting with Director of Academic Support Center email@example.com
- Consults with students.
- Accepts, evaluates and maintains documentation (consistent with ADA guidelines).
- Establishes reasonable accommodations to reduce academic barriers for students.
- Issues letters of accommodation to students for each of their courses.
American with Disabilities Act
The Academic Support Center is responsible for working with eligible students both on campus and at the various SAU sites in determining the academic accommodations as outlined by the ADA and Section #504 legislation. It is Spring Arbor University’s intention to be non-discriminatory and attempt to remove as many barriers as possible. If a student with proper professional documentation requests accommodations at SAU, he/she will receive a VISA (Verified Individualized Services and Accommodations letter) from the ASC for each of their courses.
Section 504 Grievance Procedure
Read about Spring Arbor University’s Grievance Procedure, in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.