Project Key for Disabilities
Project Key serves as the central contact point and service provider for all students with disabilities at Faulkner University including: Harris College of Business, V.P. Black School of Biblical Studies, Alabama Christian College of Arts and Sciences, Jones School of Law and all extended campuses. We also serve as a resource for the Faulkner community, other entities and individuals regarding a variety of disability issues such as transition, accessibility, documentation, accommodations, technical assistance on laws and regulations, and parent and professional training. Our community outreach programs are often a collaborative effort with other universities and agencies.
Disability Service Philosophy
Faulkner University is committed to creating an inclusive environment. It is the goal of Project Key staff to apply this philosophy to individuals with disabilities so that they may be full participants in the Faulkner community.
Resources for Students with Disabilities
Decisions about accommodations for students with disabilities are made on an individual basis based on the student’s diagnosis and documentation. We serve the following categories of disabilities as outlined below.
- Learning Disabilities
- Attention Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder
- Psychological Disabilities
- Mobility Disabilities
- Chronic Health Disorders
- Low Vision or Blindness
- Deaf or Hard of Hearing
Be sure to check out the scholarship opportunities for students with disabilities.
Current or prospective students may obtain more information and/or schedule an appointment with Pat Morrow, director of Project Key, by calling 334-386-7185 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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