Illinois College is committed to creating a successful community of inclusive excellence as we prepare students to live, learn, and work among people who experience the world in fundamentally different ways.
For students with documented disabilities, it is the goal of the college to provide an environment that encourages equal access and participation to its various programs through a variety of services and accommodation.
Reasonable accommodations are provided in accordance with the various policy statements of the college and in compliance with all applicable provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), as amended, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
Illinois College Disability Services works in conjunction with faculty, staff and students to fulfill the following disability-related goals:
- Provide services and resources for all students in an educational manner recognizing the rights and responsibilities of students as adults.
- Provide equal access to an Illinois College education for students with disabilities by facilitating appropriate accommodations.
- Assist students with disabilities, as well as other new students, with the transition from high school, home-school or other institutions to Illinois College.
- Educate the campus regarding disability related laws, issues and concerns.
- Work collaboratively with faculty, staff and students to develop and implement disability services.
- Teach, counsel and advise students to use resources, improve learning strategies and realize their full academic potential.