The formation and fulfillment of student Academic Adjustment Plans is a fully individualized and interactive process. As such, students with concerns about the elements of their individualized Plan, or its implementation, are encouraged to first speak with a Student Accessibility Specialist who may work with the student and relevant staff/faculty.  If the issue is not adequately resolved by these conversations, then students should contact the Manager of Student Accessibility Services. If this does not lead to an equitable and timely resolution of the concern, students may contact Ithaca College's Director of Equity Compliance.

Ithaca College's Institutional Policy on Disability:

As part of its commitment to maintaining a highly qualified and diverse student population and workforce, and in keeping with its obligations under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), Ithaca College offers equal opportunity, participation, and access to its programs, services, and activities to qualified individuals with disabilities.

It is the policy of Ithaca College that discrimination on the basis of disability as defined in Section 504 or under the ADA will not exist in any activity, area, or operation of the College, and retaliation against an individual for asserting his or her rights under Section 504 or the ADA will not be tolerated.

Employees, students, and visitors to Ithaca College are encouraged to bring any concerns regarding known or suspected instances of disability-based discrimination to the attention of the Director of Employee Relations and Development, who is hereby designated as the person responsible for coordinating the College's compliance with Section 504 and the ADA. Complaints will be handled promptly, equitably, and in accordance with the Ithaca College Guidelines for Resolving Discrimination Complaints.

Relevant Policy Guide Sections:

Institutional Policy on Disability

Institutional Policy on Services for Students With Disabilities

Institutional Complaint Resolution Guidelines