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About Accessibility Resource Center

  


 

UNCP observes the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, along with the winter break and will be closed beginning December 22, 2017 and will resume normal business operations on January 2, 2018.

 

 On behalf of the Accessibility Resource Center we wish you and your family a blessed holiday season and an exciting and prosperous 2018.

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Accessibility Resource Center will be closed for the Associate Director Candidate Campus Interview from 10:00 a.m. until 2:30 pm Friday December 15th. 


Closed for lunch from 12:00pm -1:00 pm Monday, December 18th through Thursday, December 21st.

 

 

 

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. 

For more information about Accessibility Resource Center, call 910.521.6695 or email arc@uncp.edu.Accessibility Resource Center is located in the D.F. Lowry Building adjacent to Faculty Row.

 

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.

 

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