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    Piedmont Natural Gas has restored service to campus this evening. As a result of the work performed today there will be detours on Faculty Row for both vehicles and pedestrians. Please use extreme caution and do not attempt to go around the barricades.

    Facilities and Piedmont Natural Gas personnel will continue working with the natural gas infrastructure on campus throughout the week. Service disruption is not anticipated, but could be possible. This work is being performed to make every effort to maintain a safe and healthy campus environment. 

    Dining services will resume standard operations for Sunday, January 22. We appreciate your patience today and apologize for any inconvenience.

Accessibility Resource Center
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About Accessibility Resource Center

ARC Mission Statement

The mission of the Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) is twofold: to assist students with disabilities in qualifying for and implementing academic accommodations, so that they may independently strive for academic excellence; and to assist UNCP administration, faculty and staff in creating an accepting and accessible campus community. In keeping with UNCP’s core value of the appreciation of diversity and respect for the dignity and worth of every individual, the staff at the ARC strives to honor both abilities and disabilities as components of the human experience. 

Accessibility Resource Center is located in the D.F. Lowry Building adjacent to Faculty Row.

For more information about Accessibility Resource Center, call 910.521.6695 or email arc@uncp.edu.

What's Happening With ARC?

Procedures for Accessing Services at UNC Pembroke Accessibility Resource Center

Jacobs Hall: ADA Access Policies and Procedures 

All information contained within this web site can be provided in alternative formats upon request by contacting Accessibility Resource Center.

 

Lumbee Tribe, UNCP help student overcome mobility barrier

  • Dustin Chavis
  • The Lumbee Tribe’s Vocational Rehabilitation program provides assistance to tribal members with a disability living in the tribal service area of Cumberland, Hoke, Robeson, or Scotland Counties. The office is located at 171 Comtech Drive in Pembroke.
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