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Academic Policies: Accessibility Policy

Library guide on academic policies for teaching, learning, and research.

Promoting Inclusive Access and Universal Design

Faculty should include the approved disability accommodation statement in each course syllabus. SAS also recommends reviewing the accommodation statement during the first class meeting. Doing so may increase awareness of the accommodation process and the student's comfort with providing notification, as well as help to assure faculty receive timely notification for accommodation requests.

Kent State University is committed to inclusive and accessible education experiences for all students. University Policy 3342-3-01.3 requires that students with disabilities be provided reasonable accommodations to ensure equal access to course content. Students with disabilities are encouraged to connect with Student Accessibility Services as early as possible to establish accommodations. If you anticipate or experience academic barriers based on a disability (including mental health, chronic medical conditions, or injuries), please let me know immediately.

Geauga Campus SAS Information

Brandie Blankenship
Phone: 330-888-6314
Fax: 330-888-6301
Email: bblank10@kent.edu
Office location: Library, Room 120G

KSU Policy and Guidelines for Accessibility

Universal Design and Accessibility Reference Materials

Accessible Syllabus Template