Full Sail大学

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Full Sail is committed to providing equal access to all students, 包括那些有资格成为残疾人的人. 在坚持这一承诺的同时, Full Sail also expects all students to maintain the high standards of academic achievement and excellence that are essential to the integrity of the school's mission. 通过推进这些目标, Full Sail确保其政策, 实践, 程序也符合联邦规定, 状态, 以及地方法规和规章. Provide written documentation to the 学生事务主任 or Director of Student Success regarding the nature of your disability and any considerations/住宿 that may be necessary. Such documentation must: (1) be from an appropriate professional, (二)龄不超过三年的, (3) provide a clear understanding of how the student is presently functioning. Full Sail's confidentiality policy provides that only the appropriate Full Sail personnel access this information and it is stored in separate, 机密文件. 除非事关健康或安全, 有关残疾的资料, 住宿, or documentation will not be released without written consent.

Provide ample time when requesting a special accommodation(s). Requests must be evaluated and arrangements made prior to the anticipated need for service/support. Full Sail cannot guarantee that appropriate 住宿/services can be put in place without sufficient lead-time to make arrangements. Whenever possible, please provide at least 60 days advance notice. 学生事务处主任, 由校长指派, makes determinations of reasonable 住宿 for students with disabilities. 将文件传真至 407.215.9518.


所有504条款和《og体育》的投诉, excluding those filed against the 学生事务主任, 应寄往:

  • 黛博拉·米尔斯

所有504条款和《og体育》的投诉 filed against the 学生事务主任 应寄往:

  • 加里•琼斯

For more information, on 住宿 and the University’s Complaint procedure, please click here to download the Student Disability Grievance Complaint Procedure (PDF).




Full Sail大学 (the University) is committed to providing equal access to educational and employment opportunities regardless of race, color, 宗教, 国家的起源, 身体和精神残疾, 怀孕, 年龄, 性, 性取向, 性别认同或表达, 祖先, 家族的地位, 配偶关系, 医疗条件, 退伍军人身份, 或任何其他受本地保护的特征, 州或联邦法律.


大学的政策, 根据联邦和州法律, 是负担得起残疾学生吗, 谁需要服务性动物的帮助, 有平等的机会进入大学的所有财产, 课程, 项目, 和活动.

Service Animals are defined to include dogs and miniature horses (ranging from 24 inches to 34 inches measured from the shoulder and generally weighing between 70 and 100 pounds), that are 训练有素的 to do work or perform tasks for people who have disabilities.


The following procedures and 实践 must be followed with respect to student use of service animals on campus:

  • (一)调查. The University shall not ask about the nature or extent of a person's disability, but may make two inquiries to determine whether an animal qualifies as a service animal. The University may ask if the animal is required because of a disability and what work or task the animal has been 训练有素的 to perform. 大学不要求提供文件, 比如证明动物已经通过认证, 训练有素的, 或者获得服务性动物的执照. 一般, the University may not make these inquiries about a service animal when it is readily apparent that an animal is 训练有素的 to do work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability (e.g., the dog is observed guiding an individual who is blind or has low vision, 拉一个人的轮椅, or providing assistance with stability or balance to an individual with an observable mobility disability).
  • (B)进入公共实体的区域. Individuals with disabilities shall be permitted to be accompanied by their service animals in all areas of the University’s facilities where students, 教师, 公众人士, 服务参与者, 项目或活动, 或受邀者, 是相关的, 都可以去.
  • (C)附加费. The University shall not ask or require an individual with a disability to pay a surcharge, even if people accompanied by pets are required to pay fees, or to comply with other requirements generally not applicable to people without pets. If the University normally charges individuals for the dam年龄 they cause, an individual with a disability may be charged for dam年龄 caused by his or her service animal.
  • (D) The University may ask the individual with a disability to remove a service animal from the premises if:
  • (1) The animal is out of control and the animal's handler does not take effective action to control it; or
  • 这只动物没有被驯养.
  • (E)动物是否被适当地排除在外. 如果学校适当地排除了服务性动物, it shall give the individual with a disability the opportunity to participate in the service, 程序, or activity without having the service animal on the premises.
  • (F)在处理人控制下的动物. 服务性动物应受其训练员的控制. 服务性动物应有挽具, 皮带, 或者其他系绳, unless either the handler is unable because of a disability to use a harness, 皮带, 或者其他系绳, 或者使用挽具, 皮带, 或者其他系绳 would interfere with the service animal's safe, 有效地完成工作或任务, in which case the service animal must be otherwise under the handler's control (e.g.、语音控制、信号或其他有效手段).
  • (G)照顾或监督. The University is not responsible for the care or supervision of a service animal.


Any questions about this 服务动物政策 should be directed to the Director of Student Success at 407.551.2024 (ext. 8797) or (电子邮件保护).