California State University, Stanislaus is committed to equal opportunity and reasonable accommodations for employees and students with disabilities.
Our actions are governed by compliance with state and federal laws including, but not limited to, the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA); the Americans With Disabilities Amendments Act of 2008 (ADAAA); Sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; and the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), Government Code § 12940 et seq. and Education Code §§ 67302 and 67310-13.
Campus ADA Transition Plan
August 20, 2018
As noted on July 17, 2018, over the summer and fall the University has been, and will continue to be, assessing campus spaces in order to develop a comprehensive Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan. Please go to Capital Planning & Facilities Management, to view updated schedules and the original schedules (dated 6-28-2018), as noted in the below message.
July 17, 2018
Over the next eight months, the University will be developing a comprehensive Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan for our campus. We have contracted with SZS Engineering Access, Inc. to provide the assessment. Between the weeks of July 23 and November 5, 2018, SZS will be walking through campus buildings to take measurements and assess spaces. SZS will be at the Acacia Hall site the week of November 5, 2018. You may review the schedule with anticipated dates that they will be in each campus building. The schedule is subject to change and as it does we will send out updates to the campus.
Notice of Disability Resource Services
July 30, 2018
Welcome back for Fall Semester! As we prepare to assist all students in their academic endeavors, this is a reminder that California State University policies require all students requesting academic accommodations to register with our Office of Disability Resource Services (CSU EO 1111 and Coded Memo AA-2014-08).
Students who are approved to receive disability-related accommodations will provide you a DRS Letter of Accommodations. If a student is unable to provide you the DRS letter, DRS will email you the letter. DRS provides notice of University-approved academic accommodations only. If a student requests work-related accommodations, please refer them to HR Director, Rebekah Temple at 209-667-3351 or MSR 320.
Our goal is that the DRS Letter of Accommodations thoroughly explains the University-approved accommodations provided to a student after appropriate documentation has been reviewed by the office. If any part of the letter is unclear or if you have questions, please contact DRS at 209-667-3159.
Please know that all accommodations in a DRS Letter of Accommodations are discussed with students and agreed upon before the letter is distributed. Providing unapproved accommodations could lead to unanticipated consequences. If you believe a student requires a different accommodation or the student discusses an alternative accommodation with you, please refer them back to DRS. Students denied a specific accommodation by DRS, are provided an accommodation appeal and grievance process as required by applicable laws.
More information about the Accommodation Denial Appeal and Grievance Process can be found on the Policies, Procedures and Guidelines DRS website.
Please contact DRS if you have questions and thank you for making Stanislaus State an equitable and accessible university.
ADA Advisory Committee
The charge of the ADA Advisory Committee is to document and make explicit to the campus the systemwide policies for the disability support and accommodation program and to engender monitoring and full compliance with all of the disability support and accommodation elements. This charge applies to but is not limited to, academic programs and services, student services, auxiliary programs and services, information resources and technologies, procurement of goods and services, and capital planning, design, and construction. The committee will discuss, monitor, and evaluate campus-specific issues relating to compliance with all CSU executive orders and applicable federal and state laws and regulations.
The committee is comprised of Stanislaus State stakeholders, including the Senior AVP of HREOC; Director, Clery and Compliance; Director, DRS; AVP and Dean of Students; Program Administrator & ATI Coordinator, Information Technology; Director, Presidential Initiatives; Director, Facilities Operations; Chief of University Police; Director, Human Resources; a student representative; Disability Advisor, DRS; Alternative Media Specialist, DRS; Director, Safety & Risk Management; Dean, Stockton Center; Dean, College of the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences; AVP for Faculty Affairs; and Analyst/25Live Specialist, Event Services. Information about the committee's activities and efforts will be shared with the campus community throughout the year.
ADA Compliance Officers
Campus ADA Coordinator
Senior Associate Vice President
Deputy ADA Coordinator
Clery Compliance Director
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