Saint Joseph's College is committed to providing equal education
opportunity and full participation for persons with disabilities. It is
the College's policy that no qualified person be excluded from
participating in any College program or activity, be denied the benefits
of any College program or activity,
or otherwise be subject to discrimination with regard to any college
program or activity. Toward this end, and in conjunction with the
Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504, the College both
accepts, and provides reasonable accommodations for, qualified students
with various types of
While Saint Joseph's College is ready to provide reasonable
accommodations, the students must make an effort to advocate for and
avail himself/herself of all services and agreed upon modifications.
For Accessing Accommodations
Students with disabilities who need accommodations and services must follow these procedures:
- The student contacts the ADA Accommodations Manager upon
admission to Saint Joseph's College to receive the guidelines
for documentation of a disability. The Manager explains to the
student the College's policies and procedures regarding accommodations.
- The student provides current documentation according to the
written guidelines regarding the disability. Documentation should
indicate that the impairment is a disability that substantially limits a
major life activity. School plans such as an Individualized Education
Program (IEP) or a 504 Plan are useful but do
not provide sufficient documentation to establish the rationale
for accommodations. All files and information are confidential.
Procedures for Accessing Accommodations
- Based on the nature of the disability and according to the
documentation, reasonable accommodations are determined by the ADA
Accommodations Manager. Determination of accommodations is provided
to the student in writing.
- The student has the responsibility to inform and provide his/her faculty of any agreed upon accommodation(s) in writing.
All documentation is confidential and should be submitted to:
ADA Accommodations Coordinator
, Online Programs
304 Alfond Hall
Saint Joseph's College
278 Whites Bridge Road
Standish, ME 04084-5236
Tel. (207) 893-7825
Fax (207) 893-7866
In the case that June Irvine is not available, feel free to contact the on ADA Accommodations Manager, Holly Sanborn at (207) 893-7866 or at email@example.com.
Documentation that is submitted must originate with the evaluator(s),
and will not be accepted from any other individual, including the
student on whom the evaluation was conducted.