If you have a disability and need an accommodation to access a city facility or program in Bellevue, Idaho, you can make an application (ADA requests on MyBellevue). To request accommodations for a disability, complete an accommodation request. See “Requesting Accommodations” for more information about the registration process. The Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, is a United States federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability in programs managed by federal agencies, in programs that receive federal financial assistance, in federal jobs, and in the work practices of federal contractors.
Idaho courts will post information about reasonable accommodations, grievance procedures, and resources for people with disabilities on the Idaho Supreme Court website. Students with disabilities are expected to meet the same criteria as any other student both in the admission process and in the University's requirements to graduate. Within fifteen (1) calendar days following the meeting, the ADA coordinator will respond in writing and, when appropriate, in a format accessible to the applicant, such as large print, braille, or audio tape. These requests for accommodation are reviewed by the Reasonable Accommodations Program of the Disability Employment Division of the USAID Office for Civil Rights.
Service animals can accompany people with disabilities in all areas of the facility to which public access is normally allowed. Idaho courts will make reasonable modifications to their policies, practices, and procedures to allow the use of service animals by people with disabilities. Accommodations you received in K-12 or at another university are not transferable to Bellevue University. The administrators of the District Court of First Instance and the Administrative Office of the Courts will administer the judicial standard relating to the provision of ancillary services and aids to people with disabilities in all Idaho courts. Idaho courts shall provide reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities who have requested them so that they have equal access to and full participation in judicial proceedings, programs and services, including all necessary auxiliary services or aids, excluding devices of a personal nature, for the period of time during which accommodations are needed.