Darton State College Admissions Requirements | Individuals with Physical, Medical, or Learning Disabilities
Individuals with Physical, Medical, or Learning Disabilities
Darton State College complies with all aspects of the Public Law 504 and Americans with Disabilities Act requirements for accommodating students with disabilities. In addition, the University System of Georgia has established special guidelines for students with learning disabilities. Therefore, disabled students are encouraged to:
- Contact the office of the Coordinator of Disability Services before taking the ACT Compass® Placement Exam if alternative testing procedures are appropriate. (Information provided to the Disabled Student Services office is strictly confidential and will remain separate from your application materials).
- Contact the office of the Coordinator of Disability Services to get a list of the required test battery to validate the existence of a learning disability.
- Complete the voluntary self-disclosure form that will be sent with your letter of acceptance.
- Work through the Coordinator of Disability Services to arrange any special academic or scheduling accommodations that may be required.
ALL APPLICANTS: All beginning students (freshman, transfers, etc.) attending regularly scheduled classes or receiving resident credit must submit a Certificate of Immunization for measles, mumps, rubella, chicken pox, Hep. series, and TD prior to attending classes.
BOR Policy 4.3.4 “Each University System Institution shall verify the lawful presence in the United States of every successfully admitted person applying for resident tuition status (in-state tuition).”
This is not a requirement for admission to Darton State College, however you MUST provide this information prior to your registering and enrolling for classes.