Grievance Procedure

The Disability Resource Center (DRC) has the responsibility of determining a student’s need for accommodation. This determination is made through a two-part process of an intake interview and reviewing documentation of the disability. If the DRC staff determine a student is eligible for accommodations, the DRC is responsible for coordinating the accommodations with the student and the instructor and third party service providers. 

If the student was denied accommodations, believes the final accommodation(s) provided are not reasonable, or the accommodations were not provided as agreed to, or if the student believes for any other reason that he or she has been subjected to unlawful discrimination or violation of rights with respect to the granting or implementation of their request for accommodations under the ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the student should follow the procedure below. During the grievance process, any academic accommodations or services that have been put into place will continue uninterrupted. DRC recognizes that it is important to address the student's concerns promptly. The goal of all University personnel should be to accomplish each step of this grievance process as quickly as possible.

Read more about Purdue's Student Disability Grievance Procedures

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