- Student Disability Services
- Testing Center
- Campus Resources
Should you be in disagreement with a decision regarding accommodations, the University appeal process is as follows:
The AVCSA will review the student’s written appeal and may consult with the student before responding within fifteen (15) business days following the receipt of the written appeal. Determinations as to whether and what reasonable services and accommodations shall be provided will be made at this juncture. Reasonable accommodations will be provided to otherwise qualified and eligible students with disabilities who have self-identified and who have provided satisfactory documentation in support of their timely request for such accommodations. At this level of appeal, the student has exhausted the internal University appeal procedures.
At any time in the process, should a student believe the reasonable accommodation to be discriminatory or to have the effect of discriminating against a qualified student on the basis of disability or other protected status, they may file a written complaint with the Office of Equity and Title IX. Staff from the Office of Equity and Title IX are available to consult with the student to determine whether the matter should be addressed through appropriate procedures as outline in the University of Missouri Collected Rules and Regulations Chapter 600 Equity Employment/Educational Opportunity policies. The student may also choose to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights.