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A good friend of mine had exactly this accommodation.  9 credit hours
were considered full time and granted her the rights and privileges
afforded full time students (dorm space, etc.) She had very good
documentation, though, and really did need that much more time to be a
successful student. 

Susan Jones
Academic Development Specialist
Academic Development Center
Parkland College
Champaign, IL  61821
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>>> Debbie Cunningham <[log in to unmask]> 10/12/06 10:15 AM
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We have a student with a documented disability who is requesting a 
reduced work load as an accommodation.  Specifically, s/he is asking to

be allowed to carry a reduced course load but still be considered full

time.  Is anyone aware of similar practices on other campuses?  Thanks

in advance!

-- 
Debbie Cunningham
Interim Director
First Year Experience and Engagement
Adams State College
Alamosa, Colorado 81102
719-587-7657
800-824-6496 x7657
719-587-7366 (fax)

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