The Academic Resource Center provides services to students who have documentation on file that describes and certifies the disability and indicates services needed.
If you are diagnosed with a temporary disability and are in need of extra academic support or need temporary accessible parking, see Jane Eddy in Murphy Center Room 332 or email email@example.com.
It shall be the policy of Viterbo University to comply with the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans With Disabilities Act and regulations issued there in to the extent applicable to Viterbo University. The university buildings are ADA compliant. The Viterbo campus provides accessibility according to ADA guidelines. When appropriate and supported by documentation, class location, and residence hall rooms may be relocated and/or furniture adapted. The university is committed to accessibility and student success.
Any student who has a documented, diagnosed disability and requires specific accommodations should:
- set up an appointment to meet with Jane Eddy, ADA Coordinator (Murphy Center room332) by going to Genbook, calling 608-796-3190, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- review university guidelines applying to non-discrimination on the basis of disability.
- complete the application for accommodations.
Accommodations available based on documentation:
- note taking
- recording class lectures
- extended test time
- alternative test location
- software for visually-impaired students
- Kurzweil program
If students or faculty members have questions, contact:
Jane Eddy, Director, ARC
Murphy Center 332
900 Viterbo Drive, La Crosse, WI 54601