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What does a student in your college gain when "still considered to be
full time"?  For most of our students (at an all-commuter community
college), being full-time is important because it qualifies them for
full financial aid, for includion in parents' health insurance plans,
and occasionally for retail deals. But these consequences are set by
other authorities, not by the college.

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From: Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Debbie Cunningham
Sent: Thursday, October 12, 2006 11:15 AM
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Subject: Full Time Status Accomodation for Students with Disabilities

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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