| LIFE AT WSU | Title IX | Title IX Disability Information
It is required by law that Institutions must engage all parties to the Title IX grievance process in an equitable fashion. Institutions must provide equal access to counseling services and other resources from the beginning of the process, and must also reasonably accommodate any disclosed disabilities of the parties. If any party involved in the Title IX grievance process makes the Title IX Coordinator aware of their disability, then those officials are obliged to reasonably accommodate the disability during the investigation and adjudication of the incident.
Worcester State is committed to providing equal access to qualified persons with disabilities. Disability accommodations are intended to eliminate or minimize barriers to services, therefore In the context of Title IX, Worcester State will consider requests for disability accommodations to help students report sexual violence and misconduct or respond to claims made against them, participate in the investigation and adjudication process, and determine which supportive measures to implement.
To incorporate disability accommodations into the Title IX procedures, Worcester State will:
Student Accessibility Services
Jennifer Quinn M.Ed., CHES, CTTS
Director of Title IX
Drug and Alcohol Education Prevention
Worcester Police Department911