KVCTC is invested in full compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act signed into law in 1990. Disability Services ensures that the programs and facilities of the college are accessible to all students. The College focuses on the student as an individual and works toward equal opportunity, full integration into the campus environment, physical accessibility and the provision of reasonable accommodations, auxiliary aids and services to students.
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Disability Services is offered through the Division of Student Services. Students who are inquiring information on these services should speak to the Student Services Specialist in office 012. The most common accommodations offered at KVCTC are, but not limited to:
*Handicap parking is available on both the west and south side of building 2000. All KVCTC faculty, staff, and students are required to have a parking permit to park on campus. Disability Services does not give out handicap parking passes.
On campus and classroom behavior:
The College expects students to maintain integrity and high standards of individual honor in all their academic work and to observe standards of behavior that are appropriate for an educational environment as well as at all college events.
Unacceptable and disruptive behaviors should not be permitted, overlooked, or ignored. If students engage in disruptive behavior and are unable to control it, instructors have the authority and responsibility to notify the Student Services Specialist and or Campus Police.
STUDENT SERVICES SPECIALIST RESPONSIBILITY:
Encourage students to utilize accommodations. If a student is doing poorly in the classroom and they have accommodations, you may advise the student to speak to use the accommodations or notify the Student Services Specialist.
Kanawha Valley Community & Technical College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution and does not discriminate against any person because of race, sex, age, color, religion, disability, national or