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Requesting Accommodations

Randolph College is committed to the full participation of individuals with disabilities as defined under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (1973; P.L. § 93-112) as amended (P.L. 93-16) and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) as amended.  Policies and procedures will ensure that persons with disabilities will not be denied, based on that disability, full and equal access to academic and other programs or activities offered by the College.

In order to begin the process of applying for accommodations at Randolph College, you should:

  • Complete and submit the Accommodations Request Form

This form provides the Coordinator of Access Services information about your disability and how it affects your ability to access the curriculum and participate fully in the courses and programs offered at Randolph College.

  • Schedule an intake appointment with Access Services. Please call 434-947-8132 or email the Access Services Coordinator at droy@randolphcollege.edu to schedule a meeting date and time.
  • Submit professional documentation to support your disability

Although not required, documentation in the form of diagnostic assessments, psychological reports, and/or letters from qualified service providers assist the Coordinator of Access Services in determining reasonable accommodations. Documents may be sent to the Office of Access Services via:

  1. A scanned email attachment (droy@randolphcollege.edu), or
  2. Regular post:

Coordinator, Access Services
Randolph College
2500 Rivermont Avenue
Lynchburg, VA  24593

 

Accommodations are not retroactive, and some accommodations take longer to implement than others. Students are strongly encouraged to request accommodations well in advance of course start dates or within the first week of classes.

Please note that going through the application process does not guarantee that you will receive academic accommodations through Access Services.

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