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We are committed to working with you.
Susquehanna University is committed to working with students who have disabilities by providing reasonable and adequate accommodations. Our director of disability services works with students to develop self-advocacy skills and provides guidance to assisting students with disabilities.
Our Resources page provides helpful definitions, guidelines, our policies and a useful FAQ.
We've also compiled an easy to read page on suggestions and warning signs.
And if you're looking for the typical accommodations we provide and how to obtain those, you can read about those here.
Offering individualized assistance in study skills, time management and tutoring in specific subjects.
Provides counseling and emergency services to students experiencing emotional, behavioral and relationship difficulties.
Taking care of your health and wellness through a partnership with Geisinger Health Systems.
The adjustment to college life can be tough. We help smooth the bumps with tips for you and your family.
Call 570-372-4444 for emergencies.
Susquehanna University is committed to providing equal access to students with disabilities, as described in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Amendment Act. Section 504 states "No otherwise qualified handicapped individual in the United States shall, solely by reason of his handicap, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance or under any program or activity conducted by any Executive agency or by the United States Postal Service" 29 USC 794 (Supp. V 1981). Title III of ADAA extends civil rights protections for individuals with disabilities in places of public accommodations, which includes private universities.
Any student with a disability (including physical, mental and learning disabilities) is ensured access to all programs available. Reasonable accommodations to facilities, courses and programs will be made to ensure that "otherwise qualified" students with disabilities can participate.
The coordinator of disability services has the responsibility for making decisions on behalf of the university regarding the accommodations required for providing equal access. It is the responsibility of all staff, faculty and students to adhere to our commitment to equal access of educational opportunity.