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Rights and Responsibilties

Student

RIGHTS

  • Equal access to all courses, programs, services, jobs, activities, and facilities offered by PVCC
  • Appropriate disability accommodations without cost to the student
  • Due process to appeal accommodation denials
  • Confidentiality of disability-related information
  • Information in accessible formats
  • Guide their own process

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Meet the minimum standards and expectations of a qualified student
  • Self-disclose their disability to the appropriate department/person at the institution to request accommodations
  • Provide appropriate documentation, in accordance with institutional policy, to verify the presence of a disability
  • Provide ample time to process the disability-related information
  • Follow published procedures and college regulations
  • Notify faculty/ Disability Resources and Services immediately when an accommodation is not being provided completely or correctly
  • Follow specified procedures in order to get the appropriate accommodations
  • Act as their own advocate

Institutional

RIGHTS

  • Request and receive appropriate documentation supporting requested accommodations
  • Deny an accommodation if documentation is inadequate or demonstrates the accommodation is not warranted
  • Expect appropriate performance standards and behavior of it’s students
  • Deny accommodations that pose an undue hardship, fundamental alteration, or direct threat to others

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Set policies governing the procedures for complying with 504 and ADA
  • Establish essential functions, technical standards for courses, programs, services, jobs, activities, and facilities, and evaluate performance according to these
  • Establish Disability Resources and Services as the point of contact for disability-related accommodations and expect reasonable notice of requests for accommodation
  • Prohibit discrimination against persons with disabilities and post notice of nondiscrimination and have an appeal procedure
  • Ensure that courses, programs, services, jobs, activities, and facilities are provided in the most integrated and appropriate setting
  • Foster a hospitable learning and working environment and provide information to the campus community in an accessible format
  • Accommodate all reasonable and appropriate accommodation requests and demand responsive services
  • Maintain appropriate confidentiality
  • Provide accommodations only to students who are registered with Disability Resources and Services . It is NOT the institutions responsibility to provide accommodations to students who are not registered with Disability Resources and Services
  • Provide leadership on access and opportunity for everyone
Contact Us

Paradise Valley Community College
18401 N. 32nd Street
Phoenix, AZ 85032
Disability Resources and Services
Kranitz Student Center
602.787.7171
602.787.7230 (fax)
623.208.4316 (videophone)
dl-pvc-disability@paradisevalley.edu

Fall/Spring Hours
Monday - Thursday 8:00 - 5:30
Friday 8:00 - 3:00

Walk-in
Mondays 9:00 - 4:00

Staff

Stephani Wolfe, Manager
602.787.7174
602.787.7230 (fax)
stephani.wolfe@paradisevalley.edu

Velvet Barentine, Office Coordinator
602.787-7171
602.787.7230 (fax)
velvet.barentine@paradisevalley.edu

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