Talking BITs: ADA (Mental Health) and the Role of the BIT

Public and private colleges are subject to oversight by the courts and OCR for disability-related discrimination.  Students with mental health issues often exhibit behavior that creates concerns and are reported to your BIT. Students with mental health issues are likely to have a qualifying disability either by diagnosis and documentation, or by our regarding the student as such. In these cases, the student is protected by both 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and ADA. This session addresses the requirements and contours of disability issues as it impacts both your BIT processes and student conduct, and will discuss the implications of mental health challenges and legal protections and the way in which it impacts BIT-based decisions.

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