DRC 10 Disability Services Grievance Policy - Nevada State College
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DRC 10 Disability Services Grievance Policy

  • category:
    Administration
    All Policies
    Disability Services
    Student Affairs
  • Policy Id#:
    DRC 10
  • Effective Date:
    06/05/2019

POLICY STATEMENT

This policy describes the process through which students who believe Nevada State College is not reasonably accommodating a disability may file a formal grievance.

DEFINITIONS

See DRC 1: Disability Resource Center Definitions for all relevant definitions as they apply to DRC policies.

PROCEDURES

I. Right to Grieve

A student may engage in the grievance process if the student believes the DRC is not reasonably accommodating a disability. A student may also file a grievance based on a belief that there has been discrimination due to the student’s disability, whether in class, at a college event, or in any other activity associated with Nevada State College.

II. Filing a Grievance at Nevada State College

A student wishing to file a grievance related to disability services must contact the Nevada State College ADA/504 Coordinator.

III. External Grievance Process

If a student believes that there has been discrimination and/or that Nevada State College has failed to remediate the issue, the student may, at any time, file a complaint with the federal Office of Civil Rights (OCR). The student may contact OCR at https://www.hhs.gov/ocr/index.html

FORMS/INSTRUCTIONS

None

ADDITIONAL CONTACTS

Human Resources, ADA/504 Coordinator
Phone: 702-992-2322
Email: eric.gilliland@nsc.edu

RELATED INFORMATION

HISTORY

None

Approvals

Approved by Sharneé Walker, DRC Director, June 5, 2019.

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