Center for Accessibility & Learning Equity

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We’re delighted you’ve chosen to be a part of the Spalding Family. If you are in need of any type of accommodation(s) at Spalding–whether due to a learning or physical disability, a medical or mental health condition, or a temporary impairment, please complete our Request for Accommodation Application, and we will provide you with next steps. If you’ve like to receive guidance over the phone or in a web meeting, please email us at [email protected].

Please Note: Even if students with disabilities shared information about their disability with Spalding Admissions, that information is not shared with our office. Individual Education Plans (IEP’s) and 504 plans from high school are generally not considered sufficient documentation at the post-secondary level, but in some cases may contain the test report and scores required. At the university level, it is the student’s responsibility to pay all costs involved in obtaining evaluations and documentation of a disability.

If you are unable to provide documentation from a psychiatrist, psychologist or certified mental health professional please reach out to Spalding University’s Counseling and Psychological Services for a full battery of assessments at no additional charge. This process may take one or more sessions for the Spalding University Counseling Center to schedule.

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

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The Center for Accessibility and Learning Equity-Office of Accessibility Services team strives to ensure that Spalding programs, services, and facilities are accessible to all Spalding students on a non-discriminatory basis. The Center for Accessiblity and Learning Equity is committed to working with all eligible students with documented disabilities – and with faculty and staff – to provide reasonable accommodations in the academic and/or living environment.

Our staff will work with you to develop an accommodation plan based on your specific needs. Please know that disclosures to are completely confidential and will never appear on your college record. While we do require documentation of your disability(ies) or condition(s), please do not hesitate to reach out if you have never been assessed for learning differences or lack documentation. We can still work together to explore success strategies and can put you in contact with resources for evaluation for a suspected disability.

If you encounter any issues using the contact form above, please email us at [email protected] or call us at (502) 873-4192.

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