The Monmouth College campus provides a variety of challenges to creating a physically accessible environment for students with disabilities. Increasing physical access to buildings and facilities is a goal of the College; however, programmatic access is much more readily attainable. Programmatic access ensures all classes, programs, and activities will be held in accessible locations. This may mean classes, programs, or activities need to be moved from their originally scheduled location.
When moving a class, program, or activity would fundamentally change the learning environment, structural alterations may be made to the existing room or facility. Any new construction or major building renovation will meet all federal and state statutes for accessibility. Making programs accessible to all students involves a cooperative effort between students, faculty, and staff.
Any student who wishes to use parking designated for individuals with disabilities on the Monmouth campus must have a state handicap parking permit and a Monmouth College Parking Permit.