Accessibility Resource Center
Braves Disabled Student Enrichment Endowed Scholarship Application Form
This scholarship is provided to enhance the social and educational opportunities for students with disabilities attending UNC Pembroke.
When a fire alarm sounds or flashes:
- Exit the building immediately.
- If unable to physically exit through stairwells:
A staff person on each floor will check for disabled people and call 911 to report the location of the person needing help.
A staff person or student should assist the disabled person with getting to a safe place.
Proceed to a safe place away from the incident, in a room with windows, and near the stairway.
Close the door to the room.
University of North Carolina at Pembroke
P.O. Box 1510
Pembroke, NC 28372-1510
Teletypewriter (TTY) Protocol/Tips
- When taking a phone call from a deaf or speech impaired individual via a TTY phone, upon answering the phone, you will hear beeps or nothing at all. Place the receiver on the TTY machine. (Follow the picture on top of the TTY to make sure the receiver is placed correctly. If it is not positioned on the machine properly the TTY will not function suitably.)
Location: The Sorensen system is currently located in Multimedia Room 240A.
Video Phone Numbers: 910-446-1649
Hours of Accessibility: The Library's regular semester hours are:
Monday - Thursday 7:30am -12:00 am
Friday 7: 30 am - 11:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am - 11:00 pm
Sunday 2:00 pm - 12:00 am
Rights and Responsibilities of People with Disabilities
People with disabilities at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke have the RIGHT to:
Attendance is an essential component of post-secondary education. As such,
students are expected to comply with class attendance policies. It is the
responsibility of each instructor to notify classes at the outset of each course
of the attendance requirements to which each student must adhere.
The University recognizes that there may be times when a student cannot
attend class because of disability-related reasons.
It is to the students advantage/benefit to disclose early in the process of exploring a study abroad opportunity. Accessibility Resource Centerand the Study Abroad Office will work together by:
Relay is a tool used by deaf, hard-of-hearing and speech impaired individuals to facilitate communication via telephone access from a voiced party and a teletypewriter (TTY) user or vise versa.
- To make a Relay call, dial 711 from any phone (cell or business) or 1.800.877.8339