Student Services Manual (SSM)

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Effective: 12/15/2015

Revised: 11/1/2020

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SSM 701–10: Accommodations and Services for Pregnant Students

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To assist faculty and staff in providing reasonable accommodations and services to pregnant students

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U. S. Department of Education regulations 34 C.F.R. 106.40(b)
Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972
Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services

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ASU does not discriminate against any student on the basis of pregnancy. In an effort to allow students to return to the same academic status as before the pregnancy the following accommodations, if medically necessary, are among those available:

Excused absences
Allowances for frequent trips to the rest room
Opportunity to make up missed work

University accommodations and services those with temporary disabilities receive, such as on–campus transportation

Approval of Medical/Compassionate Withdrawals

Retention of tuition waivers for RA/TA positions

Each situation will be evaluated individually to determine what accommodations and/or services are appropriate given the medical necessity and the temporal requirements of class assignments (clinical rotations, group work, etc.). Admitted or enrolled students who believe they have a need for a pregnancy-related accommodation and/or service are responsible for registering with and requesting accommodations and/or services through Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services

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For more information see:

  1. SSM 701–01, “Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services—General Policy”
  2. SSM 701–02, “Eligibility for Accommodations—Required Disability Documentation”


  3. SSM 701–05, “On–Campus Transportation for Individuals with Disabilities”

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