Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990.
ADA Academic Accommodations:
RMUoHP adheres to all of the applicable federal civil rights laws and laws of the state of Utah regarding unlawful discrimination. Accordingly, RMUoHP makes all academic programs and services accessible to and useable by “qualified individuals with disabilities” in the most integrated setting appropriate, unless doing so would:
- Result in a fundamental alteration in the course or program that compromises the integrity of the course or program, or
- Cause undue financial or administrative burdens.
As defined by the University, a “qualified individual with disability” is one who:
- Has a disability that substantially limits learning, including, but not limited to, physical and affective conditions as interpreted by current law; and
- Has a documented record of such disability; or is perceived by others as having a disability.
It is the responsibility of the student who meets the definition of a “qualified individual with a disability” to request an appropriate accommodation through the Committee on Inclusiveness via the Office of Student Services, if they believe their disability will interfere with their ability to successfully complete an academic program at RMUoHP.
If a student meeting the definition of a “qualified individual with a disability” believes their disability will interfere with the ability to successfully complete an academic program at RMUoHP, a reasonable accommodation may be requested.
To request Academic Accommodations, please complete this form and submit to Ray Rodriguez, ADA/TIX Compliance Officer at [email protected]