Academic and Disability Accommodations
Students without any previously diagnosed disability are encouraged to first talk with faculty for more assistance. Your advisor will help evaluate your current performance in comparison to class preparation (ex. study time, note taking, reviewing, etc.). You are also encouraged to visit student affairs to discuss your concerns and to consider a plan of action to improve your performance.
Reasonable accommodations vary according to the type and degree of disability. Review of requests will be made on an individual basis and reasonable accommodations afforded, if any, will depend on the nature and extent of the disability, documentation provided, and the requirements of the curriculum.
Sherman College of Chiropractic will provide qualified students who have documented disabilities with appropriate services that do not fundamentally alter college requirements and/or policies. The college is not required to provide aids, devices, or services of a personal nature.
The College operates in accordance with the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 with regard to offering services to students.
Policy 1038–Equal Opportunity and Accommodations
Most commonly requested chiropractic school accommodations:
• Extended Testing Time
• Alternate Testing Locations
• Alternate Test Administration
• Note-taking Services
For additional detail, please contact:
LaShancla Hutto-Harris M.S.W.
Vice President for Student Affairs
Sherman College of Chiropractic Student Affairs
Work Phone: 8645788770 ext. 224
Work Email: Ihuttoharris@sherman.edu