If you have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits a major life activity you may be eligible for accommodations in the assessment process and/or classroom accommodations that will ensure the assessment and/or classroom work accurately reflects your skills, knowledge and abilities. Attempts will be made to provide reasonable accommodations that will allow you to demonstrate your abilities.
Step 1. Contact Information
Submit your contact information in the form below. The information requested below and any documentation regarding your disability or need for accommodation to attend career objectives in a program or assessment will be considered strictly confidential and will not be furnished to any outside source without your permission to provide reasonable accommodations that will allow you to demonstrate your abilities
Step 2. Disability Documentation
Prior to receiving accommodations all students identified as being disabled must have the proper documentation on file in order to receive accommodations. Your request for accommodation must be certified by an appropriate professional (licensed physician, licensed psychologist, approved agency, etc)
Metro Technology Centers believes in the worth of all individuals and is committed to equal opportunity for each employee, student or any person visiting a District campus. Metro Technology Centers does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex/gender, age, marital or veteran status, religion, pregnancy, or genetic information or disability in recruitment, hiring, placement, assignment to work tasks, hours of employment, levels of responsibility, and pay.
Please submit your documentation by fax, US Mail, E-mail or in person to:
Title IX Coordinator:
Business Conference Center Room B7
Step 3: Approval and Plan Development
Once documentation is submitted you will be contacted and a accommodation plan will be developed. Persons included in development of plan can include Director of Disabilities Services, student, instructor and others whom student invites. Plan may be developed face to face or in some cases as a conference call. Plan development should be in place prior to first day of class or ASAP after that date. All documentation is confidential.