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Services for Students with Disabilities

Concordia University Texas makes every effort to provide reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities according to federal guidelines.

Students desiring accommodations are required to submit documentation to verify eligibility under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. 

Intake Form

Success Center Logo

How to Register? (PDF)

Roles and Responsibilities in the Accommodations Process (PDF)

Requesting Books/Text in Alternative Format (PDF)

Requesting Academic Absences and/or Extended Deadlines Accommodations (PDF)

Requesting Reduced Course Load Accommodation (PDF)

Taking Tests in the Testing Center

Grievance Procedures for Student Disability Complaints (PDF)    

Contact Information

Ruth Cooper
Director of Student Success Center

Building F, Room F212
512.313.5031 (office)
512.313.5039 (fax)

Rhea Ann Spiegel
Testing Center Coordinator

Building F, Room F216
512.313.4302 (office)

Testing Center, Building F, Room F215

Disabilities Services Policies 

Notifying Professors of Accomodations (PDF)

Confidentiality (PDF)

Denial of Accommodations (PDF)

Student Appeals (PDF)

Service Animals (PDF)

Emotional Support Animals (PDF)

Academic Absences due to Disability (PDF)

Course Substitutions/Waivers (PDF)

Reduced Course Load (PDF)

Temporary Disabilities (PDF)

Personal Care Attendants (PDF)

ADA Approved Map (PDF)

Used accommodations in high school?  See what's different.

(OCR): "Students with Disabilities Preparing for Postsecondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities

 The Differences Between Secondary & Postsecondary Disability Laws (PDF)


College Scholarships and Financial Aid for Students with Disabilities





Last updated on Nov. 15, 2016. Contact the Web Content Owner of this page.
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