Agency Based Voter Registration Site
The Office of Accessibility Services(OAS) is an agency based voter registration site. Students will be offered the opportunity to register to vote. There is no obligation to register to vote and the student's decision will have no affect on accommodations offered by OAS. If you need assistance, visit our office. For more information go to State Board of Election (SBOE) home page at www.elections.ny.gov.
Notice of Non-Discrimination
Click here to see The City University of New York policy on non-discrimination.
Note that a large-print version of this policy is available upon request in electronic and/or paper format.
Non-Discrimination of Students on the Basis of Pregnancy, Childbirth and Related Conditions
The CUNY Policy on Equal Opportunity, Non-Discrimination and Against Sexual Harassment prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in its educational programs and activities, in compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972 (“Title IX”). Title IX prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex—including pregnancy and related conditions—in educational programs and activities that are eligible for federal funding.
Students needing assistance can seek accommodations from the Office of Accessibility Services through the Accessibility Services Director Dana Trimboli at firstname.lastname@example.org and 212-237-8031, NB office L.66. Students may also consult with the Title IX Coordinator Silvia Montalban regarding this policy at email@example.com and 646-557-4409.
Attached is a copy of U.S. Department of Education regulations 34 C.F.R. Section 106.40(b) concerning pregnancy and related conditions. For more information regarding Title IX’s prohibition against discrimination based on pregnancy and related conditions, you can access materials from the National Women’s Law Center atwww.nwlc.org/pregnantandparentingstudents.
New Guidelines Regarding Service Animals
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Click Here to View Reasonable Accommodations : A Faculty Guide to Teaching College Students with Disabilities.
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