Helping College Students with Disabilities Succeed: A Training on the Obligations of Colleges to Protect the Civil Rights of Students with Disabilities
An Event Hosted By the Education Working Group at Quinnipiac University, 275 Mount Carmel Avenue, Hamden, Connecticut, The Center for Communications and Engineering, Room 101, Mount Carmel Auditorium.
In Person or via Web-Ex
Please join us for a series of presentations and discussions from the Education Working Group about the
responsibilities of colleges and universities in Connecticut to protect the civil rights of their students
with disabilities. Topics addressed will include the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the
Rehabilitation Act, and the Fair Housing Act, as well as working with students with mental health and
behavioral health disabilities, reasonable accommodation policies, and emotional support and service
animal policies. This event is designed for senior leadership of colleges and universities as well as the
staff of each school’s student accessibility services or disability services office.
To attend in-person, please RSVP by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
To attend by Web-Ex, please register here.
Speakers Will Include:
About The Education Working Group:
The Education Working Group is organized by the United States Attorney’s
Office for the District of Connecticut and is composed of representatives from state and federal agencies, nonprofits,
and the community at large. The group meets regularly to discuss the civil rights issues that arise in education and
child-care settings. This year’s focus topic is children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, but the group works to help
children and parents with all types of disabilities.
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