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  1. Once a student discloses disability or medical information to someone outside of SAS (e.g., faculty or other staff members) there is no guarantee that diagnostic information can remain confidential.
  2.  Information about a student’s accommodations or working with SAS can be disclosed to staff, administration and faculty who have an academic “need to know”.
  3. What is a “Need to Know” basis? As a rule, faculty and staff need to know what accommodations are appropriate and necessary to meet the student’s disability related needs.  However, in some instances, a faculty or staff person may request a more in-depth discussion to better facilitate the student’s learning or provide support for the student or resolve a concern.  In that case, SAS may have conversations with staff or faculty members without student consent as long as disability information is not disclosed.

Last modified: January 25, 2018