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Feds Prod Universities to Address Website Accessibility Complaints

Universities are under legal pressure to make their websites fully accessible to people with disabilities, but is "fully" even possible?

Turned Away for Her Disability

George Mason student was rejected from all eight of the institution's sororities. Are exclusionary organizations consistent with university commitments on diversity?

Sharing Too Much Information?

Lawsuit charges that ACT is violating privacy rights by sharing information about students' disabilities with colleges.

Apology as ‘Manipulative Ploy’

U.S. appeals court sides with Lafayette College after a former professor accused of harassment alleges he was discriminated against and ultimately fired for being emotional in front of students.

Disability Parking Spots Yet to Be Filled

Higher education institutions should establish new rules and regulations regarding hiring process for disabled faculty members, argues Amir Haji-Akbari.

A Close Call for Deaf Students

Georgia announced plan to stop supporting deaf students from the state who go to Gallaudet or NTID. State backed down amid uproar.

A Different Kind of Field of Dreams

Massachusetts college embeds a field for people with disabilities into its sports facilities, aiming to support its curriculum and serve local organizations.

A Threat to Campus? Or a Panic Attack?

Hampshire has kicked a student off campus after it said threats were made and campus safety was in danger. The student’s supporters, noting his autism, say his panic attacks were misinterpreted.