Sarah A. Ballou
Vermont Tech Registered Electrical & Plumbing Apprenticeship Program Coordinator
802-728-1680 Office | 802-661-8493 Cell | email@example.com
Robin Goodall, M.Ed.
Vermont Tech Learning Specialist
802-728-1278 Office | firstname.lastname@example.org
Vermont Tech has a strong reputation for supporting students with learning challenges. We aim to develop resilient, independent learners who can embrace the challenges ahead of them.
If you feel that you should receive accommodations, please follow this process:
If deemed eligible, Robin will work with you and your instructor to help you receive the accommodations you need to succeed.
Below you’ll find Vermont Tech’s guidelines for accommodations. They were developed by the Association of Higher Ed and Disability (AHEAD) in collaboration with disability service providers around the country.
By identifying the essential dimensions of documentation, the college allows for flexibility in accepting documentation from the full range of theoretical and clinical perspectives. This approach enhances consistency and provides stakeholders (students, prospective students, parents, and professionals) with the information we need to assist students in establishing eligibility for services and receiving appropriate accommodations.
Adapted from the AHEAD Guidelines for Best Practices in Disability Documentation, 2006