Williams community includes students with documented violations that may need a room. Although Williams does not control academic programs organized specifically for people with disabilities, the College is committed to providing support services and housing to all students who need them.
Williams is committed to ensuring equal access to programs and activities on campus for all members of the College. Director of Accessible Education GL Mazard Wallace, Ph.D., coordinates efforts to provide housing. The Disability and Accommodation Advisory Group (DAAG), which includes teachers and administrative staff, provide guidance to policy makers.
Future students are advised to consult with the Director of Education regarding the potential availability of premises in Williams to support the documented disability. Students can also discuss issues with the support of disabled members of the reception staff, building, medical/psychological services and dean. These conversations are shared with college staff only on the basis of needs.
During the acceptance process, each candidate is assessed on the basis of academic achievement and opportunities to meet rigorous academic standards. Applicants are not allowed to an amended training program.
After registering students with disabilities Williams who influence their participation in college life should contact the director of education available.
Students must provide a recent professional assessment that identifies the disability, describes the problems encountered under this condition, and, if possible, recommend changes. Such information shall remain confidential to the extent required by law. Each member of the Director works with the student and/or his or her faculty to develop a training plan that supports the academic integrity of individual courses and an educational program in general by attempting to meet assessed needs. The requirements of colleges and ministries apply to its teaching and academic purposes.
Therefore, we do not give up academic requirements for students with disabilities. Rather, our policy is to assist students in their efforts to meet these requirements through reasonable and appropriate facilities.