Disability Resources

Marymount California University is committed to making all programs and services accessible to qualified individuals with disabilities in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act and Amendments (ADAA).

Marymount California University prohibits any discrimination on the basis of disability.  This applies to any aspect of the University’s operation including but not limited to admissions, academic requirement, financial aid, housing or any other school-administrated program or service.

Any individual who has questions or concerns regarding accessibility to any facility, program or service should contact

Ruth Proctor, ADA/504 Coordinator
Cecilia Hall 218
30800 Palos Verdes, CA 90275
(310) 377 5501 ext. 7367
rproctor@marymountcalifornia.edu

You can also schedule an appointment online.

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Services for students who have physical, sensory, attention and learning disabilities are provided by the Coordinator of Disability Resources through Advising, Career and Learning Services.  Disability Resources will help students with physical, perceptual, learning, ADHD and/or psychological disabilities to compensate for disabilities through accommodations and alternative technologies.  In order to receive accommodations students must register with Disability Resources and provide current documentation.

Examples of Accommodations that are available through Disability Resources include testing accommodations, note takers, obtaining books and course materials in alternate formats and voice activated software.

Disability Resources will assist students in advocating for their needs with Residential Life and other University Departments as needed.  Disability Resources works with all staff and faculty to remove physical and attitudinal barriers.

Marymount California University has a process for addressing issues regarding the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the ADA.  Individuals are encouraged to attempt to resolve grievances using the University process.  However, individuals have the right to file any grievance directly to the Office of Civil Rights (OCR).  Complaints filed with the OCR must be filed within 180 days from when the incident occurred.

For information regarding disability Policies and Procedures contact the ADA/504 Coordinator, my.marymount or the Handbook for Students with Disabilities.

Center for Real World Learning

Monday – Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm
Oceanview Campus
Cecilia Hall 218

(310) 303-7273

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