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Ancilla College is committed to ensuring equal educational access and opportunities to qualified students with documented disabilities who wish to receive accommodations. The College is responsible for assuring that programs and facilities are accessible; the Student Success Center staff assists the College in carrying out this goal.
If a student has a disability and wishes to receive accommodations, formal documentation from the appropriate professional care provider about the disability, the functional limitation it imposes, and recommendations for accommodations must be provided. All the information students provide is voluntary and will be kept strictly confidential.
Academic accommodations and support services are determined on an individual basis. Each accommodation is based on functional limitations as identified in the documentation and is designed to meet a student’s needs without fundamentally altering the nature of the student’s instructional program(s). The ADA Coordinator is located in Student Success Center.
Two elevators are located in the main building of the Ministry Center. A handicapped entrance is available at the north end of the science and technology wing.
For more information on disability services, click on this link
At Ancilla College, we are committed to openness, diversity and accessibility. We believe all of our alumni, students, staff and faculty should be able to easily use our online resources at ancilla.edu.
Whether you’re using assistive technologies like a screen reader, voice recognition software or other tools to view our website, part of our commitment to our community is to make Ancilla College open to anyone who makes a commitment to learn.
How do we accomplish our goals?
We set high standards for web accessibility and constantly strive to ensure we are in compliance with all laws and guidelines. Our staff and faculty is filled with professionals who are dedicated to making all of our learning experiences the best they can be, and we collaborate with community groups, industry partners and vendors to identify areas that need improvement.
We built and maintain our website using open source software that meets or exceeds the W3 Web Content Accessibility version 2.0 Guidelines that are recognized as the international standard measure of accessibility success.
We work with accessibility specialists and people with disabilities to make sure our sites function properly and that we’re operating within regulatory guidelines as well as providing real value to our students, staff, faculty and alumni.
If we make mistakes here we will fix them. We are always learning. Our staff and faculty learn from everything we do, and we always look for improvements in performance and accessibility to Ancilla’s website.
B.A., M.S., Mercyhurst University