The Academic Support Center, located in the Louis Bennett Hall at Glenville State College, is committed to providing quality services to students with unique needs in the acquisition of their educational goals. In accordance with that commitment, we offer this brief overview of the services provided by the Student Disability Services program to facilitate a better understanding of who we are, what we do, and how to access and utilize the program.

The college offers a wide range of services and accommodations to students with disabilities. The Educational Counselor in the Academic Support Center works with students to individualize the type and level of accommodations provided to them. Accommodations, services, and equipment may be provided on an as-needed basis. All services are individualized to meet the needs of each student served.

Contact

If you are visiting Glenville State College, attending an event on campus and need an accommodation based on a disability; or if you have an accessibility concern or question, please contact one of the people below.

Tara Grieco photo Tara Grieco
Program Coordinator, Disability and Tutoring Services, Academic Center
103 Louis Bennett Hall
(304) 462-6152
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Krystal Smith photo Krystal D. Smith
Director, Human Resources
Coordinator, Title IX/AA/EEO
3rd Floor Harry B. Heflin Administration Building
304-462-6193
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ADA Student Statement

It is the policy of Glenville State College to provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with documented disabilities. This college will adhere to all applicable federal, state and local laws, regulations and guidelines with respect to providing reasonable accommodations with regard to affording equal educational opportunities. It is the student's responsibility to contact the Academic Support Center and to provide documentation of a disability. The Educational Counselor in the Academic Support Center will assist students and faculty in arranging appropriate accommodations. This is in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.