- All services are provided free of cost as part of the student’s tuition.
- Students who wish to receive accommodations should request services EACH semester and provide a new Letter of Accommodation to instructors.
- Records are protected by FERPA.
- Requests for records from outside agencies must be submitted in writing and bear the signature of the student in question.
- All requests for records may be subject to a one week waiting period to allow for processing.
- Individuals needing testing accommodations should complete the accommodation request process before taking their college placement test at UACCB.
- Students requesting accommodations that require time to arrange should register with theTesting & Disability Services office a minimum of ten business days prior to the start of each semester to ensure accommodations are available by the first day of classes. Examples of this include, but are not limited to, texts in alternate formats and audio players. Some accommodations, such as sign language interpreters, may need more than ten days to arrange.
- Students eligible for assistive technology equipment must complete the appropriate checkout form upon receipt of the item and return the item at the conclusion of each semester. Failure to do so may result in a "hold" or charge being placed on the student's account which may affect future registration and access to grades and transcripts.
- Instructors will provide student accommodations only after they have received a current Faculty Accommodation Letter from the student.
- Students may be asked to show identification (student ID or driver's license) before taking an accommodated exam in the Testing Center.
- Personal belongings (cell phones, purses, book bags, etc) are not permitted in testing areas. We have lockers you can use.
- Accommodated tests will be given on the same date and time as they are given in class unless approval is provided by the instructor to do otherwise.
- Should cheating occur, the test will be confiscated and the incident reported immediately to the instructor.
- For additional procedures please see the Disability Services Handbook below.
For more information read "ADA Requirements - Service Animals" at: https://www.ada.gov/service_animals_2010.htm
Rabies vaccinations are required. See "Section II: Vaccinations" HERE
Personal Counseling Referrals
Disability Services Compliance/Grievance Process
Students with concerns regarding their accommodations should follow the ADA Grievance Procedure listed in the UACCB Disability Services Handbook.
A hard copy is available upon request. Faculty with questions regarding student accommodations should contact the Testing & Disability Specialist, Sherrie Stagner, or the Director of Student Development, Louise Hughes.
U.S. Government Website on Disability Programs and Services
Arkansas Rehabilitation Services
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)
National Domestic Violence Hotline
The Battered Women's Justice Project
Human Rights Campaign
GLBT National Help Center
Military Veteran Suicide Hotline
1-800-273-TALK (Press 1)
Suicide Hotline in Spanish
1-800-273-TALK (Press 2)
NOTICE TO NEW OR CURRENT STUDENTS: If you need to request accommodations or pick up a Faculty Accommodation Letter, please call: Sherrie Stagner 870-612-2056 to make an appointment. Some meetings can also be done remotely by phone.
Disability Services assists in providing equal access for qualified students with disabilities to all curricular and co-curricular opportunities offered by the institution. Specifically, Disability Services works diligently to:
- Ensure that qualified individuals with disabilities receive reasonable and appropriate accommodations so as to have equal access to all institutional programs and services regardless of the type and extent of the disability in compliance with section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990; and the ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA) of 2008
- Inform the campus community of the availability of equipment and technology helpful to those with disabilities
- Define and describe the procedures for obtaining services and accommodations
- Advocate for equal access, accommodations, and respect for students with disabilities within the campus community
It is the policy of the University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville to prohibit discrimination of its students, faculty, and staff and to make every effort to eliminate discrimination within the UACCB community. UACCB should be a place of work and study for students, faculty, and staff, which is free of all forms of discrimination, sexual intimidation and exploitation. UACCB is committed to providing equal opportunity for all students and applicants for admission and for all employees and applicants for employment regardless of race, color, age, gender, pregnancy, religion, national origin, marital or parental status, disability, veteran status or sexual orientation. In addition, discrimination in employment on the basis of genetic information is prohibited. Anyone with questions regarding this policy may contact the Title IX Coordinator, the Personnel Officer, or the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs by calling 870-612-2000 or in writing to University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville, P.O. Box 3350, Batesville, Arkansas, 72503-3350.