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College is a time of exciting new opportunities and experiences. Students expect to meet new people, learn new things, and experience new freedoms.

FJG-CATAWBA-0063.jpgThe Office of Academic AccessAbility (OAA) at Catawba College is here to assist students in dealing with these new and exciting challenges. Together, we can find improved ways of managing and growing from these experiences.

Read more below about the services we offer in the area of disability assistance:

Policies & Procedures 

Connecting with OAA

STEP 1

Complete the Voluntary Disclosure Form. If you are not sure what accommodations at Catawba College may be helpful, you may discuss this with the Accessibility Staff in person. If you need help completing this form, please contact our office.

STEP 2

Review the Guidelines for Documentation. Appropriate documentation is a part of determining your eligibility for certain accommodations. It can be helpful to share these guidelines with your clinician(s) to aid them in understanding office expectations for documentation.

STEP 3

Review the Policies and Procedures, then complete and return the Policies Acknowledgment Form.

STEP 4

Submit all forms and documents via:

  1. MAIL:  Student Academic Success, Catawba College, 2300 W Innes St, Salisbury, NC  28144
  2. IN PERSON:  Hedrick Admin. 133D  
  3. EMAILstudentsuccess@catawba.edu

STEP 5

Email or come in to schedule an appointment to discuss next steps. The OAA will send all official communications to the your Catawba email address. 

 

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Our Mission

Catawba College recognizes disability as a valued aspect of diversity. As a campus, we understand access as a matter of social justice, and strive to design more welcoming and inclusive environments.

The Office of Academic AccessAbility works collaboratively with students, faculty, and staff to ensure that all aspects of campus life — learning, working, and living — are universally accessible. The Office provides the College community with resources, education, innovative programming, and direct services in order that people with disabilities may have a greater opportunity to achieve social justice and equity.


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