Louisville Seminary does not discriminate against applicants with disabilities. The Seminary will make reasonable accommodations, as required by federal law, to provide appropriate access so that students with documented disabilities are able to study and live at the Seminary. While the Seminary does not maintain academic programs specifically for persons with disabilities, it does provide support services and accommodations to all students in all programs who need those services and have a legal entitlement to them. Enrolled students who have questions about the Seminary’s policies on students with disabilities should refer them to the Office of the Dean of the Seminary. Prospective students should refer such questions initially to the Office of Recruitment and Admissions.
Students with complaints regarding disability issues should follow the usual policy for dealing with complaints and grievances as described in the Student Code of Conduct.