WGU complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (the "ADA"), the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and other applicable disability discrimination laws. WGU is committed to providing reasonable accommodation(s) to qualified disabled applicants and learners in WGU programs and activities as required by applicable law. The determination of reasonable accommodation(s) for qualified students with disabilities, and compliance with the ADA and the Rehabilitation Act, are the responsibility of WGU Student Accessibility Services. Student Accessibility Services is the principal point of contact for all students with disability questions or concerns.
The Student Handbook provides detailed information regarding accommodations in the article “Policies and Procedures for Students with Disabilities.” If you wish to request an accommodation for medical related reasons, you must work with Student Accessibility Services. All disability and medical disclosures must only happen with Student Accessibility Services. The Teacher Success Team is only authorized to discuss with you applicable policies and procedures as related to determinations made by Student Accessibility Services. To initiate the accommodation process, all prospective and current WGU students must complete the secure online accommodation request form.