Rights and Responsibilities
Our commitment to making the Rhodes experience accessible to all qualified students goes beyond the legal requirement to provide equal access. We welcome students who are passionate about learning, effecting change in the world, and exemplifying leadership and service with integrity—without regard to sex, race, age, color, disability or national and ethnic origins.
One thing you will find different in your transition from high school to college is that you are responsible for initiating requests for accommodations. It is important that you understand your rights and responsibilities as a student with a documented disability, as well as those of the college. Please review these pages and contact the SDS office if you have any questions:
Rhodes treats all data on students with disabilities with confidentiality in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.