Services for Students with Disabilities
Drury University is committed to complying fully with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act by providing a hospitable environment to academically qualified students with disabilities. Services for students with disabilities are coordinated by the Director of Disability Support.
To begin the process of planning for success, students are encouraged to present appropriate and current (within 3 years) documentation before their first semester of classes.
Accommodations will be determined by the Director of Disability Support based on the documentation, and they will be communicated to faculty members each semester with the consent of the student.
Documentation must be evaluated by a Vocational Rehabilitation evaluator, psychologist, psychiatrist, or medical doctor, and students who have I.E.P. documentation may need additional documentation in order to receive the appropriate accommodations.
The director of disability services may be contacted by visiting Findlay Student Center, room 114 or by calling (417) 873-7457.