St. Cloud State University is committed to providing equal employment opportunity and equal access to all programs, services and activities to persons with disabilities. This includes compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
The following information is designed to help students, other users of university services, job applicants, faculty and staff understand how the ADA and reasonable accommodation help ensure equal access and opportunity on campus.
Student Disability Services (SDS)
SDS is a department within Student Life and Development designed to ensure academic program accessibility for individuals with cognitive, physical or emotional disabilities as defined by the ADA. Services may include note taking, interpreting, alternative test taking, priority registration, referral to other campus departments and advocacy. Documentation regarding the nature of the disability will be required. Students seeking services should call 320-308-4080 (TTY or voice) or 320-308-3111. The SDS office is located in B111 of the Atwood Memorial Center.
The staff is responsible for the university's ongoing program of improving physical access to all facilities and can assist with building or equipment modifications that may be necessary within offices or classrooms. For more information or assistance please call 320-308-2266.
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Office
This office examines complaints of discrimination based on immutable characteristics, one of which is disability. If you believe you have been discriminated against in the workplace or educational setting because of a disability, please contact the Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Officer at 320-308-5123. Filing complaints with EEO/AAO does not preclude other remedies under other Civil Rights jurisdictions. The office is located in Administrative Services, room 102.
Human Resources Office
This office administers Title 1 of the ADA, which prohibits discrimination against an otherwise qualified individual with a disability with respect to all employment practices and activities. The office can provide assistance with applications for employment, testing and job modification. Call 320-308-3203 for more information or come to Administrative Services Building, room 204.
TDD/TTY: The Minnesota Relay Service
SCSU is an affirmative action/equal opportunity educator and employer