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Reasonable Accommodations Policy – Individuals with Disabilities
MediaTech Institute does not discriminate against individuals on the basis of physical or mental
disability and is fully committed to providing reasonable accommodations. This may include
appropriate auxiliary aids and services to qualified individuals with a disability, unless
providing such accommodations would result in an undue burden, or fundamentally alter the
nature of the program, benefit, or service provided by MediaTech Institute. To request an
auxiliary aid or service, please contact the Campus Director of your local campus.
Individuals requesting an auxiliary aid or service will need to meet with the local Campus
Director before accommodation can be implemented. To enable MediaTech Institute to provide
an auxiliary aid or service in a timely manner, the Institute requests that individuals complete
their meeting at least six weeks before the first day of classes or as soon as possible.
Disagreements regarding an appropriate auxiliary aid and alleged violations of this policy may be
raised pursuant to MediaTech Institute’s grievance procedures.
MediaTech Institute Dallas has designated classrooms on the lowest level of the building readily
available to accommodate classes/programs as need arises. Restrooms, administration, studios,
and lab stations are also located on the first level with ramps and open hallways to accommodate