UC operates residence halls for single students on all campuses. Married students may find housing in UC apartments, but these accommodations are limited in number and require very early application. Students accompanied by their spouses will find the cost of housing to be substantially higher.
University Housing facilities are accessible to students with disabilities. Each living area has living units available that are specially designed for students with disabilities and meet the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Students with disabilities needing accommodations are asked to indicate their needs on the University Housing Application. Reasonable accommodations will be made for any student documenting a disability.
Sometimes, a noncustodial parent may not have the financial means to be able to afford a spacious living accommodation. Even though a court would not require a parent to have a large home in order to have visitation rights, they must still be able to provide adequate bedroom space for the children depending on the circumstances of the situation.
When facing a child custody dispute, it's critical to put your children first, no matter how strained the relationship between you and the other parent might be. While it's usually in the children's best interests to spend quality time with both parents, in some cases, it may not be. If you can prove that the child's welfare or safety would be placed at risk by their living or visiting with the other parent, custody may weigh in your favor.
Georgetown University is committed to making a reasonable effort to make appropriate adjustments that afford all students barrier free-access to University facilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the Fair Housing Act. On the basis of a medical condition or disability, there is a process in place for requesting housing accommodations, including emotional support animals. Deadlines for housing accommodations are advertised through the Office of Residential Living. Announcements regarding deadlines are advertised on the Residential Living website and through emails to students. It is important to be in contact with the Academic Resource Center in advance of housing deadlines so that all requests can be carefully considered. If you have additional inquiries, please contact our dedicated housing accommodations email address.
This document is a list of publicly funded designated supportive living (DSL) accommodations and long-term care (LTC) facilities in Alberta as of March 31, 2016, arranged by Alberta Health Services (AHS) zone. Information presented for each facility includes location, facility name and address, operator name and type (AHS, private or voluntary), level of DSL accommodation, and type of LTC facility (auxiliary hospital or nursing home).
Student Disability Services and the Office of Student Engagement are happy to work with students with documented disabilities to identify appropriate accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (amended 2008), Section 504 of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Fair Housing Act.
Please note that requests for housing considerations, based on non-disability needs (e.g. religious identity, gender identity), should be made directly to Amanda Atkinson, Director of Residential Communities. The disability accommodations process is not used to make non-disability housing requests.
Students Requesting Continuing/Ongoing Housing AccommodationsStudents with questions about disability accommodations should visit the Student Disability Services website for information or email the Student Disability Services office.
We strive to create living and learning communities where students feel valued as individuals and where diversity and fellowship with others can be celebrated. While maintaining a high level of quality service, we also encourage and provide opportunities for personal growth and development of character, leadership, honesty, respect, and pride.
Campus life is greatly enhanced by the comforts, conveniences, and experiences that living in a residence hall provides. Studies of college and university students across the country have shown that students who live on campus have higher graduation rates, higher GPAs, and report a greater satisfaction with their collegiate experience.
Living in the residence halls is an integral part of your college career. On-campus living provides students greater opportunities to become involved with the university, to meet and develop relationships with a greater variety of people, and to participate in a living experience that is unique to university life.
How To Receive an ADA Housing Accommodation Show All Hide All Step 1: Submitting the ApplicationaddStudents with disabilities may request housing accommodations while completing the housing application, available at portal.housing.berkeley.edu
The Disabled Students' Program (DSP) on campus can assist students with disabilities with receiving accommodations in the classroom. Students seeking academic accommodations need to register and provide documentation to the DSP office.
Students with disabilities who are living in on campus housing and believe that their current room is not a reasonable accommodation may request a room change or transfer by using the Room Change Request form. More information about this process and form are available at housing.berkeley.edu/forms
The mission of Housing and Residential Life at MTSU is to create living-learning communities which promote personal and academic growth among a diverse student body. Quality living accommodations and structured support services enhance the university mission of student retention, academic excellence and community involvement.
The University of Cincinnati recognizes that students with disabilities may require a housing accommodation to fully participate in the residential component of the university experience. Accessibility Resources actively works with Housing to provide housing accommodations within University managed properties in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendment Act (ADAAA).
Requests for housing accommodations are considered on a case-by-case basis, and the college will prioritize requests based on documented need and availability. Requests must be submitted and reviewed on a yearly basis and, in some cases, additional or updated documentation may be requested from the treating health care provider. While we try to honor all requests, the College cannot guarantee all accommodations granted for one academic year will be granted for subsequent years. The College expects specific modifications will be the result of an interactive process between the student, the Director of Community Living, and the Director of Disability Services.
Students requesting accommodations in college housing should submit the Housing Accommodations Request Form along with supporting documentation from their treating health care provider Disability Documentation to Disability Services. Students requesting a Single Room, Year Round Air Conditioning or an Assistance Animal as a disability related accommodation should refer to links below.
The university does not have its own on-campus housing but has arrangements with a variety of housing providers (e.g. The Student Hotel, Geste Groep, The Y, DUWO, etc.) to locate off-campus housing; however, space is limited. Most local university students and international students use a provider and live in off-campus accommodations.
Students may rent single rooms with the option for a larger room at a higher rate. A limited number of double rooms are available. Most accommodations are located within 20 minutes from the university and have a share kitchen, bathroom, and laundry facilities. There is a comprehensive public transportation system of trams, buses, and trains that serves The Hague and the rest of the Netherlands.
3.4 The application of this policy does not provide an entitlement or benefit to CAF members but rather ensures equitable access by CAF members and their families to suitable living accommodation.
Students with disabilities approved for housing accommodations will not be automatically charged thepublished room rate, but rather, will be charged the room rate they would have incurred but for their disability.
University Housing is committed to meeting the needs of all residents, to the best of its ability, by providing an inclusive, respectful and safe living environment. University Housing takes these concerns very seriously.
The Office of Disability Resources (ODR) (opens in a new tab) is the designated office to determine reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. Requests are reviewed on a case-by-case basis and must include sufficient documentation meeting university guidelines and address the impact of the disability supporting the need for housing accommodations. Neither the presence of a disability nor approval for a housing accommodation guarantee on-campus housing.
In the event that a suitemate or roommate has a disability which would limit their ability to live with an Assistance Animal, the Office of Disability Resources and University Housing will work collaboratively to explore their options. For roommates (not suitemates) who have concerns about living with an animal, please email University Housing as there may be potential options for reassignment. 59ce067264