- Reasonable accommodation to ensure equal access to The Dartmouth Institute's curriculum, programs and activities, and the programs and activities of Dartmouth College.
- Self-determination regarding disclosure of disability in order to request and receive reasonable accommodations.
- Appropriate privacy regarding disability-related information.
- Engagement of the alternative resolution and/or formal grievance procedure to address accommodation discrimination.
- Non-discrimination by The Dartmouth Institute and Dartmouth faculty, staff and students.
- With or without reasonable accommodations, meet the qualifications for and fulfill the essential institutional standards for courses, programs, and activities.
- Self-identify as an individual with a disability and follow published procedures for engaging the interactive process to obtain reasonable accommodations, academic adjustments, assistive technology, auxiliary aids, and services in a timely manner.
- Provide necessary documentation to establish disability and the need for accommodation to participate in courses, programs, services, and activities.
- Recognize that accommodations are not retroactive and academic performance prior to disclosing disability and engaging the interactive process may be upheld.
- Request accommodations from faculty, staff, or administration in a timely manner.
- As part of the academic honor principle, accurately portray accommodation needs to faculty.
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