ADA Compliance/Antidiscrimination Policy
Parkland College ensures equal educational opportunities are offered to students, regardless of race, color, national origin, age, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, religion, veteran status, Vietnam veteran status, ancestry, or disability. Questions in reference to educational opportunities may be directed to Linda Moore, vice president for student services, U334, Parkland College, 217/351-2551, responsible for gender equity (Title IX), minorities (Title VI), and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Cathy Robinson, director of Disability Services, U264, Parkland College, 217/353-2082, responsible for students with disabilities (Section 504).
Please see policy 8.12 of the Policies and Procedures Manual
for our ADA grievance procedure policy.
Federal financial aid regulations requires the disclosure of general information to prospective and current enrolled students with regard to consumer-information. In accordance with these regulations, every effort has been made to provide the most accurate and up-to-date information available.
Parkland College is committed to ensuring that the information provided to enrolled and prospective students and their families does not constitute substantial misrepresentation of the nature of its educations programs, its financial charges, the employability of its graduates, or any of its relationships with outside entities.
All students and alumni (“Students”) are advised that Parkland College (“Parkland”) Marketing and Community Relations Offices take photographs and videotapes of Students throughout the year. These photographs and videotapes often include Students in classrooms, study areas, and at athletic events and Parkland‑related activities. Parkland reserves the right to use these photographs and videotapes as a part of its publicity and marketing efforts. Students who enroll at Parkland do so with the understanding that these photographs and videotapes might include their names, pictures, images, voices, and likenesses, and such photographs or videotapes might be included, published, or used in Parkland publications including print, broadcast, or electronic media, for publicity, commercial, or marketing purposes, and enrollment at Parkland constitutes Students’ consent to the inclusion, publication, or use of their names, pictures, images, voices, and likenesses in Parkland publications, both printed and electronic, for publicity, commercial, promotional, or marketing purposes.