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Syllabus Statements

In keeping with Policy 4.1.4, Course Syllabi, all course syllabi must include a link to the following current standardized statements regarding Accessibility Accommodation and Academic Integrity.
Accessibility Accommodation Statement

The University strives to make all learning experiences as accessible as possible. If you are registered with the Center for Student Accessibility (CSA), please request your accommodation letter from the CSA. CSA will transmit your letter to the course instructor(s). It is recommended that you discuss the accommodations needed with your instructor(s).

If you believe you need an accommodation and are not registered with the CSA, please contact CSA in 361 Whitlock Building by email at or by telephone at (859) 622-2933.

A student with a disability may be an individual with a physical or psychological impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, to include, but not limited to: seeing, hearing, communicating, interacting with others, learning, thinking, concentrating, sitting, standing, lifting, performing manual tasks and working.

Additionally, pregnancy accompanied by a medical condition(s), which causes a similar substantial limitation, may also be considered under the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA).

Upon individual request, this syllabus can be made available in an alternative format.

Academic Integrity Statement

Students are advised that EKU's Academic Integrity policy will strictly be enforced in this course. The Academic Integrity policy is available at the policy website. Questions regarding the policy may be directed to the Office of Academic Integrity.

For current University policies and regulations, please go to EKU's Policy Website.

Non-Discrimination and Harassment, Title IX, and Prevention Statement

EKU is committed to a respectful and inclusive environment and thus prohibits discrimination, harassment, or violence of any kind. The university supports and promotes a safe, violence-free campus through Green Dot Prevention and Education programming. To learn more about Green Dot, request a presentation, or get involved, go to

EKU’s commitment also requires faculty members to report any information that may indicate that discrimination, harassment, or violence has affected any member of the University community. If you would like to obtain confidential help from someone who does not have to report the information, please go to for resources. The Non-Discrimination and Harassment policy is available here and questions regarding the policy may be directed to the Chief Equity Officer and Title IX Coordinator.

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