Learn sound guidelines for managing assistance animals on campus.
Learn how to develop an assistance animal compliance policy that is appropriate for your institution. With the help of our instructors’ institutional and legal expertise, you will learn the fundamentals of addressing individual requests for assistance animals through structured policies and procedures. This webcast will help you avoid legal liability and subsequent lawsuits under the Fair Housing Act.
Registration for this online training will include resources for you to reference as you develop an assistance animal policy for your institution. These resources include:
This online training is appropriate for higher education professionals responsible for approving and managing requests and accommodations for assistance animals, including: disability services, housing and residence life, student affairs leadership, facilities management, and legal counsel.
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After participating in this online training, you will be able to develop an assistance animal compliance policy for your institution.
Kathy has served students in many roles—starting as a hall council leader and resident assistant through to her current position. Her responsibilities include ensuring that the on-campus living environment promotes the academic success and personal growth of its students. Within that role she has the opportunity to work with academic and student affairs partners on Clemson’s nationally recognized living-learning communities. Prior to her tenure at Clemson, Kathy held positions at the University of Florida and Albion College.
Kathy’s special interests include mentoring, deconstructing student learning, and conducting research and presenting on the subject of professional development. Passionate about service to our professional associations, she has held positions on the Executive Boards of state, regional, national and international Associations, including ACUHO-I.
Ellen Wetmore is an Assistant General Counsel who joined the office in 2015. Her primary areas of practice include litigation, employment, and student matters. Before joining the University, Ellen worked as an associate in the higher education practice group of Franczek Radelet, P.C., and as a staff attorney in the Office of the General Counsel at DePaul University. She has a B.A. from Whitman College and a J.D. from the University of Michigan Law School.
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