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University of Louisville Undergraduate Catalog
Summer 2010 \u2013 Spring 2011
Americans with Disabilities Act

The University of Louisville is
committed to providing equal
opportunity for persons with
disabilities. This commitment
includes complying with the
Americans with Disabilities Act of
1990 (ADA) and Sections 504 and
508 of the Rehabilitation Act of
1973. In addition, all of the
University's websites and online
courses will comply with the web
page design standards established
by the World Wide Web Consortium
(W3C). The University of Louisville
strives to maintain a barrier-free,
welcoming environment for
everybody.

The ADA Coordinator, located in
the Affirmative Action Office (502
852-6688), will monitor compliance
and advise unit heads in meeting
equal opportunity obligations. The
Disability Resource Center staff
(502 852-6938) will assist the
University community by serving
as an information resource center
and coordinating support services
for students with disabilities. No
otherwise qualified individual with
a disability shall, solely by reason
of such disability, be excluded from
participation in, be denied benefits
of, or be subjected to
discrimination in University
programs. The President, Board of
Trustees, Student Government,
Faculty and Staff Senates affirm
the University's long standing and
continuing commitment to Equal
Opportunity for persons with
disabilities.

ADA / 504 Grievance
Procedures
The University has a continuing

responsibility to monitor and
address ADA compliance issues.
Complaints should follow the
procedure as indicated. The
following internal grievance
procedure provides for prompt and
equitable resolution of complaints.

Complaints should be directed to
Harvey Johnson, Director,
Affirmative Action/Employee
Relations, Human Resources, 1980
Arthur Street, (502)852-6688.

A complaint should be filed in
writing, contain the name and
address of the person filing it, and
briefly describe the alleged
violation. Upon receipt of the
written notice of complaint, the
Director of Affirmative
Action/Employee Relations or
his/her designee shall acknowledge
receipt within five workdays.

1. A complaint should be filed
within 180 days after the
complainant becomes aware of
the alleged violation.

2. An investigation, as may be
appropriate, shall follow a filing
of complaint. The Affirmative
Action/Employee Relations
office shall conduct the
investigation. This internal
complaint procedure involves
an informal but thorough
investigation, affording all
interested persons and their
representatives, if any, an
opportunity to submit evidence
relevant to a complaint.

3. A written determination as to
the validity of the complaint and
a description of the resolution, if
any, shall be issued by the
AA/ER Office and a copy

University Policies
Americans With Disabilities Act

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