Today we received notification of a newly updated accessibility statement. It has now been updated on CELT’s Recommended Iowa State University Syllabus Statement webpage, the Online Learner Support webpage, and CELT’s Learner Centered Mindful Syllabus Checklist (PDF).
From Student Accessibility Services
Below find an updated Syllabus Statement that needs to be included in all course syllabi. Prior versions or variations thereof should not be used. Please share with leadership and instructors in your areas.
Thank you in advance.
Iowa State University is committed to assuring that all educational activities are free from discrimination and harassment based on disability status. Students requesting accommodations for a documented disability are required to work directly with staff in Student Accessibility Services (SAS) to establish eligibility and learn about related processes before accommodations will be identified. After eligibility is established, SAS staff will create and issue a Notification Letter for each course listing approved reasonable accommodations. This document will be made available to the student and instructor either electronically or in hard-copy every semester. Students and instructors are encouraged to review contents of the Notification Letters as early in the semester as possible to identify a specific, timely plan to deliver/receive the indicated accommodations. Reasonable accommodations are not retroactive in nature and are not intended to be an unfair advantage. Additional information or assistance is available online at www.sas.dso.iastate.edu, by contacting SAS staff by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling 515-294-7220. Student Accessibility Services is a unit in the Dean of Students Office located at 1076 Student Services Building.