Guidelines & Policies
High School vs. College
Privacy of Records
Expectations & Conduct
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Chronic Medical Conditions
Mobility / Physical Impairments
Speech and Language
Disability and Learning Resource Center
Accommodation Differences Between High School and College
In High School
The school identifies students with disabilities.
The school protects a student’s right to privacy and confidentiality.
The school district is responsible for evaluating and documenting the student’s learning disability.
The student is responsible for providing current documentation of the disability to the college.
The school automatically incorporates accommodations into the student’s daily schedule once a disability is documented.
The student must request accommodations each time they are needed.
The school modifies the educational programs.
The college makes reasonable adjustments in instructional programs which do not alter the essential content or requirements of a course or program.
Parents are advocates for their children
Students are their own advocates.
Special classes and placement must be available for students.
Colleges are not required to provide special classes or programs for students with disabilities.
Parents are notified and must give permission for any decisions regarding their son or daughter.
Parents are not notified of services their son or daughter requests unless the student grants permission for that information to be released.
An IEP meeting is held to determine placement and appropriate services.
Students work with college professionals and instructors to determine if and what services are appropriate.
The school provides assessment of disabilities.
The school provides access to testing services which are accessible to persons without disabilities.