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Requesting and Receiving Accommodations

Non-academic programs

For non-academic programs, such as New Student Orientation and Graduation, the Coordinator for DSS should work with the sponsoring department to provide access. Students with disabilities should contact the sponsoring department or the DSS office by the date designated in event publications or at least two weeks (whichever comes first) in advance to request accommodations for any non-academic program.

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