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DIVISION OF STUDENT AFFAIRS

Edythe Cobb

Dean of Students
Edythe Cobb
Counseling Center
(901) 435-1725

STUDENT CENTER

Mailing Address
LeMoyne-Owen College
807 Walker Avenue
Memphis, TN 38126

Telephone Contact
Office: (901) 435-1734
Fax (901) 435-1764
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807 Walker Ave
Memphis TN 38126
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LeMoyne-Owen College welcomes and supports a diverse student body. The College hopes to foster a learning environment that encourages as well as challenges all students. Federal law prohibits discrimination based upon disabilities in the admission, recruitment, and treatment of qualified students with disabilities.

 

The Student Development Office helps the College in providing both access and accommodations for students with disabilities to college courses, programs, services, activities, and facilities. The Student Development Office also serves as a resource to students, faculty, staff, and community members and provides information on the Americans with Disabilities Act
and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

 

Any student with a physical, psychological or learning disability, which has a substantial impact on his or her academic performance, may be eligible for services. Current documentation (evaluation) of the disability from a qualified professional is required. Qualified professionals include physicians to diagnose physical disabilities and licensed psychologist or educational diagnosticians to diagnose learning disabilities. The documentation should address the specific disability, including diagnostic information, limitations resulting from the disability, and any recommendations for accommodations.

 

It is the student's responsibility to self-identify and to provide adequate documentation of the disability and any needs resulting from it. If documentation provided is incomplete, inadequate or outdated, Disability Services may require additional documentation in order to determine eligibility for services or accommodations.

 

Because we recognize that students may need additional time to obtain proper documentation, Disability Services may provide services in good faith for up to six weeks from the date services were originally requested. After six weeks, services or accommodations for a disability will be denied until the required documentation is provided.