Feb. 4 & 6: Opportunities to Voice Concerns at Americans with Disabilities Accessibility Forums

January 29, 2014

Faculty, staff and students have the opportunity to voice concerns  at the Americans with Disabilities Accessibility Forums to be held February 4, 2014 from 4:00pm-5:00pm in NOA 4.106 and February 6, 2014 from 12:00pm-1:00pm in NOA 4.106.

A message from the University ADA Coordinator:

The University created a standing committee, the ADA Accessibility Committee, to address institution-wide, systemic issues that fall under the scope of the Americans with Disabilities, as amended.  Each of the last several years we have held forums to solicit campus input.  This year’s committee is seeking your comments on ADA issues which you feel need to be addressed.  While I am interested in your individual situations and experiences, the ADA Accessibility Committee is charged with developing solutions for the broad-based concerns affecting many in our community.  As the University’s ADA Coordinator, I will be facilitating the forums.  We hope you will attend one or both of the forums and bring your thoughts and suggestions.

Should you have need for reasonable accommodation in the provision of the training, please contact me at 471-2437 prior to the scheduled training and we will make every effort to assist you with the accommodation.

Linda Millstone, MPA, SPHR

DDCE Associate Vice President and ADA Campus Coordinator

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