Everyone has both rights and responsibilities. In the case of the inclusion of students with disabilities in postsecondary activities, faculty members have the right to require that students demonstrate knowledge and skills essential to the course content. On the other hand, qualified students with disabilities have the right to reasonable accommodations. This page clarifies the rights and responsibilities of faculty, campus services, and students with disabilities.
Key issues that define the rights and responsibilities of students with disabilities and postsecondary institutions.
- Legal Issues
Key legislation that applies to the inclusion of students with disabilities in postsecondary programs.
- Typical Campus Policies and Procedures
How specific campuses address the needs of students with disabilities.
- Legal Resources
Resources to help postsecondary educators more fully understand their rights and responsibilities as well as those of students with disabilities.
- Case Studies, Q&As, and Promising Practices on Accessibility Law
Examples and strategies from the DO-IT Knowledge Base.