Penn State encourages academically qualified students with disabilities to take advantage of its educational programs. It is the policy of the University not to discriminate against the disabled in its admission policies, procedures or its educational programs, services and activities.
No qualified student with a disability may be excluded from participation in or denied the benefits of any course or course of study on the basis of disability.
Applicants to Penn State or prospective students who wish to request accommodations based on a disability should contact the Disability Contact Liaison. Students requesting accommodations must complete requested intake forms and participate in an intake interview. Documentation supporting the request for accommodations must be submitted and cannot be more than three years old. Documentation is specific to the type of disability that a student has. Individual Education Plans (IEP’s) from high school are not acceptable.
Additional information can be obtained from the Office of Disability Services.
Our philosophy at Penn State Mont Alto is to develop self-directed learners, empowered to obtain their education, career, and personal goals. We provide services to students with documented, physical, learning, and psychological disabilities. Students with disabilities are encouraged to take advantage of the following services and resources available on the Mont Alto campus:
• Professional Tutors available in the Academic Support Center in the areas of math, writing, English, and study skills
• Peer tutoring
• Learning specialists who work with students on the development of self-advocacy skills, study skills, and learning strategies.
• Peer Assisted Study Sessions
• Study skills workshops
• Computer lab
• Assistive technology
• Health Services
• Counseling Services
Questions regarding disability services at Mont Alto should be directed to:
Director of the Academic Support Center
Penn State University, Mont Alto Campus
Mont Alto, PA 17237