Students with Disabilities Admissions

It is the policy of Middle Georgia State University to provide program accessibility and reasonable accommodations for persons defined as disabled in Section 503/504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. No student with a disability who is qualified to enter Middle Georgia State University will be denied admission or be subject to discrimination in the application of admission standards.

Students with disabilities have the responsibility of contacting Accessibility Services to schedule an interview for assessment of their needs prior to their first semester of enrollment at Middle Georgia State University. To qualify for services, students must verify disability by providing current documentation from a qualified health professional. Subsequently, these students have the responsibility of 1) submitting a class schedule each semester to Accessibility Services, 2) identifying themselves and their needs to each professor at the first week of class each semester, and 3) notifying Accessibility Services as soon as possible should any problems arise concerning their academic program.

Accessibility Services is located on the second floor of the Student Life Center on the Macon Campus (478) 471- 2985, in Georgia Hall on the Cochran Campus (478) 934-3023, and is available by appointment on the Dublin, Eastman, and Warner Robins Campuses. For more information, visit the Web site at: