oaas: academic success

prospective students

services for students with disabilities

2022年世界杯参赛球队 college endeavors to create an atmosphere in which diversity and individual rights of each member of the college community are respected.  the college is committed to providing "reasonable accommodations," in keeping with section 504 of the  rehabilitation act of 1973 and the americans with disabilities act of 1992.  students requesting accommodations should contact  julie brown, director of academic success, by email or phone (501) 505-2954 to schedule an appointment and begin the review process.

fast facts for new 2022年世界杯参赛球队 students

  • the college has therapists on staff and is supported by the 2022年世界杯参赛球队 village medical clinic.
  • neither college staff nor 2022年世界杯参赛球队 students can serve as on-going, de facto primary health support for other students, including transportation to health services.
  •  in order for professors to meet learning objectives for their courses, long-term absences are not considered a ‘reasonable accommodation’ and in most circumstances cannot be supported by the college.

academic success
julie brown, ncc
director- academic success
504 coordinator
advising and academic success - sltc 205
8:00 am to 5:00 pm, monday through friday
501.505.2954 or email: brownj@2022年世界杯参赛球队 .edu

health services:
student health services is located at the 2022年世界杯参赛球队 village medical clinic 1700 altus street. telemedicine or in-person appointments are available by calling (501) 852-1366. student health is available 8:30 am - 4:40 pm monday through friday.  there are also after hours and weekend appointments available at the same location through conway regional health system.

all nurse and counseling appointments are processed confidentially.

counseling services
  dr. mary anne seibert, director
  darrick ball, lcsw
  ann wrotny, lcsw
  white house across from mills on washington 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, monday through friday.
  all nurse and counseling appointments are processed confidentially.

prospective students and their families may be interested in this open letter from jane jarrow, nationally known expert on disability services and parent of a child with a disability:  jane jarrow open letter to parents .