Laws and Policies
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The Rights of Students with Disabilities
To get a general overview of disability and compliance on the SDSU IV campus, see the Office of Employee Relations & Compliance, which covers topics such as:
- How does the law protect students with disabilities?
- What is a disability?
- What is an institution's obligation toward students with disabilities?
- What are the rights of a student with a disability at SDSU IV?
California State University (CSU) Policies and Guidelines
- CSU Policy for Provision of Accommodations and Support Services to Students with Disabilties
- Executive Order No. 926: Policy on Disability Support and Accommodations
- CSU Accessible Technology Initiative - Ensures access to information and electronic resources to all individuals, regardless of disabilities.
- Students who would like to file a complaint of sex discrimination can refer to Executive Order 1097.
- To file a complaint on the basis of harassment, discrimination, and/or retaliation, please fill out a Discrimination/Harassment/Retaliation Report
Student Ability Success Center practices the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), which is a law that protects students' educational records and prevents the improper disclosure of these records. As a SASC student, you must sign a release of information and specify the individual you are authorizing the release of disability-related information. Without your authorization, we will not disclose information to faculty, staff, or parents. To learn more about FERPA and your rights as a student at SDSU IV, visit the the University's Center for Student Rights and Responsibilties.