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Access and Accommodation Services for Students with Disabilities
Mercer University is committed to making all of its programs, services and activities fully accessible to all students. Students requesting accommodations for a diagnosed physical, medical (chronic health condition), psychological or learning disability, and temporary injuries must first self-identify by applying online for accommodations with the Office of Access and Accommodation. Student requests are reviewed on an individual case-by-case basis, after the submission of application, documentation and completion of an interview, in the order received. Please be aware that accommodations are not retroactive in nature. The Office of Access and Accommodation for students also offers voter registration information and assistance.
Please report any problems for physical access, such as non-working elevators, accessible door buttons, and other barriers on campus, to the Office of Access and Accommodation immediately. Students who believe they have been discriminated against or denied access to a program or service because of a disability should contact the Office of Access and Accommodation. Further information on policies, procedures, and documentation requirements may be obtained by contacting the Director of Access and Accommodation at 478-301-2810. Additional information including Disability Grievance Procedures may be found at http://access.mercer.edu.