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ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act govern accessibility in higher education. These laws prohibit discrimination based on a person's disability or association with a disability. Students who receive services under IDEA or Section 504 if the Rehabilitation Act in high school have individualized plans outlining the services and accommodations to which they are entitled. In higher education, Section 504 and the American Disabilities Act (ADA) do not require institutions to develop specialized plans for each student or to seek out students to determine if they are eligible for services. Therefore, it is important for students to disclose their disabilities in a timely fashion to the appropriate office (the Office of Accessibility Services). One of the roles of the Office of Accessibility Services is to help students develop self-advocacy skills - to learn how to have conversations about their disabilities or their accommodations, when it may be appropriate to have those conversations, and with whom.
ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 prohibits discrimination based on disability in programs or activities receiving federal financial assistance. Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (the ADA) prohibits discrimination based on disability in public accommodations, including private institutions of higher education.
Please note that reasonable prior notice is needed to arrange accommodations. Please call (352) 588-8869 to be connected to the Center for Alternative Pathway Programs continuing education unit responsible for your class, or click here for more information on the Office of Accessibilities and the services it provides. You may also contact the Office of Accessibility Services directly at (352) 588-8464. If you are interested in completing an application for supports through the Office of Accessibility Services, please visit the Registering with Accessibilities Services page and view the Welcome Packet.
Tuition is indicated with each course description and varies depending on course length and class size.
Tuition may be paid by credit card
Center for Alternative Pathway Programs does not offer a payment program or financial aid. Full payment of tuition and fees is due at the time of registration.
In order to receive a full tuition refund, you must cancel your registration by 5:00pm on the refund deadline date for the course. Any tuition under $100, are non-refundable.
Non-credit courses are not pro-rated for dropped courses.
All refund deadlines are 7 dates prior to the start of the course session start date.
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