Concordia University–St. Paul is committed to providing an accessible education to students in compliance with all relevant federal and state laws, including section 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, Americans with Disabilities Act (ADAAA, 2008) and the Minnesota Human Rights Act.  Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is available for any qualified student in traditional, undergraduate, graduate, online and continuing education courses. We serve students with appropriate evidence of disability or those who need academic accommodations for short term medical conditions.  We also provide referral to on campus and outside resources, such as tutoring, counseling services or testing evaluations.

Our goal is equal access for our students to provide the same educational opportunities as students without disabilities.

Student Accessibility Services is the office responsible for determining both disability status and reasonable accommodations at CSP in order to ensure equal and fair access in a timely manner.  Students who work outside of the scope of these policies or do not follow SAS procedures may not be eligible for services and therefore not provided accommodations in a timely way.

Last modified: January 25, 2018