- Tristin Tokos ‘15
- Hometown: Paris, Ohio
- Major: Financial Mathematics
I think Mount Union is different because of the relationship between the students and the faculty. I feel very comfortable asking any professor for help and it is especially nice when a professor, outside of class, calls me by my name.
Student Accessibility Services
Office of Student Accessibility Services supports Mount Union's commitment to diversity by providing educational opportunities for qualified persons with disabilities through accessible programs, services and a campus environment in compliance with local, state and federal disability rights legislation. SAS also serves as a resource to faculty, staff and the University community by providing consultation and advocacy services on issues related to compliance.
The SAS office believes students need the best preparation possible for success in the community and workforce following graduation. Therefore, Mount Union is committed to providing equal opportunities in higher education to academically qualified students with disabilities who demonstrate potential for success in college. Students with disabilities will be integrated as completely as possible into the campus community.
The Office of Student Accessibility Services is located Room 88 of the Hoover-Price Campus Center. To contact the office, call (330) 823-7372 V/TDD or email firstname.lastname@example.org.