Health and Safety

Facilities and Services available to Students with Disabilities
In compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act, William Peace University recognizes that qualified students who have diagnosed disabilities, including learning, physical, and psychological disabilities, are entitled to an equal opportunity to benefit from the educational programs of the University and that reasonable academic accommodations may be necessary to provide that opportunity. For more information see our brochure or contact the Director of Advising and Learning Services at 919.508.2163

Faculty and Staff Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program

Student Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention
William Peace University complies with the requirements of the Higher Education Reauthorization Act reference 18, subject area Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention by posting information in the Student Handbook, available on-line, as well as the Health Services and Wellness Center website.  An annual report outlines the result of a biennial review of the institution's program that determines the effectiveness of the program and implements needed, determines the number of drug and alcohol-related violations and fatalities that occur on the institution's campus or as part of the institution's activities, and are reported to campus officials, the number and type of sanctions that are imposed and ensures that sanctions are consistently enforced.  The report is available upon request from the Office of Student Services, located on the 2nd floor of Belk Hall or by contacting the office at 919.508.2004. 

Vaccinations Policy (2012 policy coming soon, due to changes in legislation) 

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