Campbell University does not discriminate in the recruitment, admission, educational process, or treatment of students. Students who have self-identified their disabilities, provided documentation of their disabilities, and requested reasonable accommodations are entitled to receive approved modifications of programs, appropriate academic adjustments, or auxiliary aids that enable them to participate in and benefit from all educational programs and activities.
The Director of Student Support Services administers disability services. The Office of Student Support Services is located at 227 Main Street (between the Wallace Student Center and Carter Gymnasium).
- (910) 814-4364
Rights and Responsibilities of The Student
A student with a disability has the right to:
- Equal access to facilities, programs, activities, services, and jobs offered through the university.
- Receive reasonable accommodations for documented disabilities.
- Confidentiality of all information regarding his/her disability and access to all records and information compiled regarding his/her disability and accommodations.
- Equal opportunity to learn, work, grow, and be evaluated on his/her individual abilities and not his/her individual disability.
A student with a disability has the responsibility to:
- Follow established procedures for obtaining reasonable accommodations.
- Establish himself/herself as a self-advocate, and assist the Staff and Faculty of the university in its quest to provide appropriate and documented accommodations.
- Identify himself/herself as an individual with a disability when an accommodation is needed and to do so in a reasonable amount of time.
- Strive to grow as an individual, learn as a student, and negotiate any obstacles presented by the disability with drive and determination.
Right and Responsibilities of The University
Campbell University has the right to:
- Request and receive current documentation that supports the need for accommodations due to a disability as provided in Section 504, Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
- Deny a request for accommodations, academic adjustment, and auxiliary aids and services if, after review, the documentation presented indicates that the requested accommodations are not warranted.
- Deny requested accommodations if the individual fails to provide appropriate documentation.
Campbell University has the responsibility to:
- Provide or arrange for reasonable accommodations, academic adjustments, auxiliary aids and services for individuals with a disability.
- Provide appropriate information to individuals with a disability in accessible formats upon request.
- Maintain appropriate confidentiality of information gathered, maintained and used in determining and providing requested and authorized accommodations for individuals with a disability.