An Overview of UNF's Legal Obligations to Qualified Students with Disabilities in their University Experience.
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The two primary laws that govern UNF's obligations to qualified students with disabilities are:
Physical impairments include:
Common Examples include:
Mental or physical disorders, such as:
Some of the more common examples at UNF include:
A physical or mental impairment must also "substantially limit major life activities" thus, not all impairments meet the definition of a "disability" as defined by law. Examples of "major life activities" include:
Instructors must allow the use of approved auxiliary aids and services.
The University's Disability Resource Center should be the primary contact with any questions regarding the practical applications of the ADA and/or Section 504 at http://www.unf.edu/dept/disabled-services/
If you have any legal questions regarding the ADA and/or Section 504, please contact Marc Snow at UNF's Office of the General Counsel at (904) 620-2866 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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