Galen provides accessibility and support to individuals with disabilities, and complies with all state and federal laws. Any applicant or student who wishes to request an accommodation, or who encounters problems accessing any information, should contact one of the following Section 504/Title IX Coordinators, who support all campuses and programs.
ÃÛ½ÛÊÓÆµ will make academic adjustments and provide auxiliary aids and services deemed necessary and appropriate to facilitate enrollment and participation of qualified individuals with disabilities. A student must be able to demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodation, all functional (e.g., physical, sensory, cognitive, and behavioral) abilities required for satisfactory completion of all aspects of the program curriculum and clinical agency requirements. Candidates who gain admission to the program should not assume that the College has assessed a studentâ€™s ability to meet the nursing technical standards.Ìý
* An external treatment professional is defined as a healthcare professional qualified in the diagnosis and treatment of learning, emotional, health, or physical disabilities.