ADA/Section 504 Reasonable Accommodations Policy

ADA/Section 504 Reasonable Accommodations Policy

As noted in the general policy statement set forth above, the School does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of physical or mental disability. To ensure equal access to its programs and activities, the School is committed to providing reasonable accommodations, including appropriate auxiliary aids and services, academic adjustments (inside or outside the classroom), and/or modification to the School’s policies and procedures, to qualified individuals with disabilities, unless providing such accommodations would result in an undue burden or fundamentally alter the nature of the relevant program or activity. The School’s ADA/504 Coordinators are responsible for determining appropriate accommodations.

ADA/504 Coordinators

Colorado Springs

Dr. Josh Fry

Manager, Student Success

Office of Student Affairs

4435 N. Chestnut St,

Colorado Springs, CO 80907

(719) 598-6824


Rachel Stetz

Manager, Campus Operations

3151 S. Vaughn Way

Aurora, CO 80014

(303) 632-2350


Campus Support Center

Benjamin Dixon

Director, Student Success

231 N. Martingale Rd

Schaumburg, IL 60173

(224) 293-5664

Applicants for admission to the School or current students requesting an accommodation must complete Student Request for Accommodation and Student Authorization for Disclosure of Medical Information forms and have his or her health-care provider complete a Provider Certification of Disability and Recommendations for Accommodation form. Copies of these forms may be obtained from the ADA/504 Coordinator. The School may request only medical information that is relevant and reasonably necessary to determine whether an individual is disabled, the nature and extent of the disability, and appropriate reasonable accommodations. Completed forms and supporting documentation must be submitted to the ADA/504 Coordinator at the campus, students enrolled through the Virtual Campus should submit their request to To enable the School to evaluate an individual’s needs, engage in an interactive process with him or her, and provide appropriate reasonable accommodations in a timely fashion, the School requests that individuals complete and submit the required forms and supporting documentation at least six (6) weeks before the first day of classes, or as soon as practicable under the circumstances.

The School will make its determination on an individualized, case-by-case basis with input from the individual requesting accommodation, the School’s ADA/504 Coordinator, and faculty and administrators, as necessary. Except in unusual cases, the School will reach a determination regarding an individual’s request for accommodation and notify the individual in writing of the determination within three (3) weeks of his or her properly submitted request. In the event requested accommodations have been denied, the School’s determination letter will inform the individual of the reason(s) and of his or her right to appeal the School’s determination as set forth below. The ADA/504 Coordinator will maintain a confidential file regarding all requests for accommodation containing the forms and supporting documentation submitted by the applicant or student, any relevant communications (including notes of oral communications) between the individual and the School, the determination letter from the School to the individual, and the reason(s) for any denials. Any disagreements between an individual requesting accommodation and the ADA/504 Coordinator regarding appropriate accommodations and/or any allegations of violations of this policy may be raised under the School’s Investigation and Grievance Procedures set forth below.