Tooba University Equal Education Opportunity Policy

As a part of of its commitment to excellence, Tooba University seeks to maintain an environment that is free of conduct that unreasonably interferes with the academic and professional experience of any member of its community.

It is the policy of Tooba University to provide equal employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, or special disabled status.*** 

It is the policy of Tooba University to protect the privacy of students and the confidentiality of their educational records. Tooba University complies fully with the provisions of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) of 1974, a federal law that lays out the rights of students and obligations of Tooba University with respect to the educational records. Under FERPA, students have the rights to inspect and review their education records, seek to amend those records, and limit disclosure of information from those records to third parties without the express consent of the student, with limited exceptions noted in the regulations.

Disability Services Policy

Tooba University is both philosophically committed and legally required to enable students with documented disabilities to participate in its programs by providing reasonable and appropriate accommodations for them. 

Students with disabilities who need academic accommodations or other disability related support services must make their needs known. The types of academic accommodations which can be made may include additional time for timed examinations, private space for testing, use of ***assistive technology, additional time for written assignments, and, in exceptional circumstances, course substitutions or a plan for a reduced course program. Students with disabilities, like all other students, should select courses that take into account their own particular strengths and weaknesses and inform advisors of their challenges.

Tooba University is not required to and will not:

  • make accommodations or provide support for services which fundamentally alter the academic requirements for the degree, course requirements, or basic pedagogy;
  • normally alter consistently applied academic policies which are based on academic standards guarantee success or bear responsibility for making students succeed in their courses.

Tooba University is not responsible for and will not provide personal care assistance, personal purchases, personal adaptive equipment, formal educational assessment or clinical disability evaluation, and services or educational supplies used by all students (pens, paper, personal computers, software, or computer supplies, etc.). These are the responsibility of the student.