|Definition:||The University is required to provide reasonable accommodation for individuals with disabilities to participate in university sponsored events.This policy requires all sponsoring divisions/departments of the university to communicate and prepare for requested reasonable accommodations. The University reserves the right to determine reasonable accommodations.|
|Authority:||Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 508, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act as amended.|
|Scope:||This policy includes any cultural, social, or educational event sponsored by an officially recognized division/department of the University.|
|Responsible Division:||Student Affairs|
|Signature Page/PDF:||View Signatures for ADA Accommodations for Non-Instructional University Events Policy|
|Related Documents and Forms:||Document 1
The purpose of these procedures is to provide university divisions/departments with direction on how to ensure that reasonable accommodations are provided for any university sponsored non-instructional event.
Disabled Student Services will serve in a consultative capacity to assist in determining reasonable accommodation.
It is the responsibility of the event attendee with a disability to notify the campus sponsor in a timely manner which is at least seven working days prior the scheduled event. It is important to understand that some accommodations, such as the reproduction of material into alternate format or scheduling qualified sign language interpreters may require more notification than seven working days. However, every effort will be made to provide reasonable accommodations in a timely manner.
California State University San Marcos is committed to providing reasonable accommodations as outlined in ADA. Concerns regarding accommodations for faculty and staff should be referred to Human Resources & Equal Opportunity. Concerns regarding accommodations for students should be referred to the Dean of Students.