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The Office of General Counsel represents the legal interests of Boise State University, providing a full range of legal services to the University, assisting the University in complying with federal and state laws and providing advice in developing and implementing University policy and procedures.

 

Materials presented are for general informational purposes only and do not constitute legal advice from the Office of General Counsel. An attorney should be consulted regarding the specific facts and circumstances associated with any legal matter. No warranties or representations are made as to the accuracy of any information presented here or at any of the web sites to which a link is provided, and the inclusion of a link or reference is not intended to be or imply an endorsement. Any discrepancy between the information presented here and the official rules and policies of Boise State University is not intended to and does not alter or amend the official rules and policies.

Notices:

Notice of Non-Discrimination on the Basis of Disability

As required by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and the regulations set forth at 34 CFR 104.7, 34 CFR 104.8, and 28 CFR 35.107, it is the policy of Boise State University not to discriminate against individuals in its programs or activities on the basis of physical or mental disability.  Boise State University’s Non-Discrimination Policy, which includes the University’s grievance procedures, can be found at the following link:  http://policy.boisestate.edu/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/1060_112111.pdf

Qualified students who require disability-related services or accommodations are encouraged to contact the University’s Disability Resource Center, located in Room 114 of the Administration Building on the University’s Main Campus, or by telephone at 426-1583.  Information concerning services provided by the Disability Resource Center can be found on its website:  http://drc.boisestate.edu/.

Qualified employees who require disability-related services or accommodations are encouraged to contact the University’s EEO/AA Office, located in Room 124-C of the Public Affairs and Arts West (PAAW) Building on the University’s Main Campus, or by telephone at 426-1979.  Information concerning services provided by the EEO/AA Office can be located at the following link:  http://hrs.boisestate.edu/eeoaa/

Other individuals requiring disability-related services or accommodations, or, who have questions or concerns related to the University’s obligations described in this notice are encouraged to contact the University’s Interim 504/ADA Coordinator, Blaine Eckles, located in Room 116 of the Norco Building on the University’s Main Campus, or by telephone at 426-3489.

Upon request this notice is available in alternative formats (e.g., large print or audio) from the 504/ADA Coordinator.