Due to current regulations regarding COVID-19, staff in the office of Learning Resources may be reached by email communication only. All disability-related accommodations for current UNCSA students remain in place.
Registered and inquiring students with disabilities who have questions on how to access accommodation in the new online environment should reach out to Jorja Waybrant at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Prospective students, or incoming students for Fall 2020, who have questions or who are interested in learning more about disability-related services at UNCSA should email email@example.com.
The University of North Carolina School of the Arts is open and accessible to all qualified students. We foster success through access. We also lead collaborations with students, faculty, staff and the campus community to remove barriers to access and provide inclusion of people with disabilities. Our policy for serving students with disabilities is consistent with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. We provide services and accommodations to all UNCSA students who have current documentation of a disability that substantially limits one or more major life activity, including but not limited to walking, talking, learning, hearing, or seeing.
Accessibility Resources is one of an array of services and supports offered to students under the office of Learning Resources and is provided to students with a documented disability. Students may request disability-related accommodations in the academic or living environment at UNCSA by supporting a request through documentation that meets the university's guidelines. For information on the process for documenting a disability visit Steps for Accommodations.
To speak with a staff member about the process for disclosing, requesting, and receiving disability-related accommodations at UNCSA email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Additionally, as a student registered with our office, we will assist you in providing information and guidance in disability-related matters as you apply to graduate school or other post-secondary educational programs, internships, and employment, before and after you graduate from UNCSA. Please reach out if we can be of assistance.
If you have difficulty accessing information from the Accessibility Resources web page or any web pages on UNCSA site and would like to be provided with an accessible alternative, email email@example.com.
Contact:Jorja Waybrant, Coordinator of Learning Resources
Office: Teaching and Learning Center, 2nd floor of Library Annex