Behavioral Intervention Team

Accessibility Services supports students according to individual needs. Information regarding student disabilities is confidential. In compliance with Section 504 of the 1973 Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1991, NHTI does not discriminate against students with disabilities in terms of program admissions and/or opportunities for academic success. Students are encouraged to report their disabilities prior to their first semester of classes. Accessibility Services supports student goals and program of study through:

  • Letter of accommodation

  • Academic coaching

  • Assistive technology and equipment loans

  • Referral for diagnostic testing

  • Request for reduced course load

  • Verification for health insurance and athletic participation

    Students can qualify for assistance if they have:

  • A diagnosed disability

  • A history of a disability, but have not previously received service

A history of school difficulties

An undiagnosed learning disability, ADD, or other disability

Documentation is required; some restrictions apply. Students needing housing accommodations for medical needs should contact Accessibility Services. Eligibility is determined by the Accessibility Services coordinator.