The Office of Disability Services (ODS) is responsible for receiving and maintaining disability-related documentation and information for students with disabilities at the Georgia Institute of Technology. All documentation in the student's file is treated confidentially and will not be released to anyone not involved in the accommodation and service-delivery process with the following exceptions: (a) the student gives ODS a signed release to share disability-related information with the person(s) or office(s) named on the release; (b) ODS will release disability-related information as required and/or permitted by the law and/or a court order; (c) the student threatens to harm himself or herself or others; (d) the student files a disability-related complaint, appeal, grievance, or lawsuit against any Institute office or employee(s); (e) there is a need-to-know or right-to-know by college faculty/staff in order to best serve the student. ODS staff will not release disability-related information to a student's parents/guardian/caregiver without a confidentiality release signed by the student. This must be a confidentiality release completed and signed at ODS. A confidentiality release signed through another office or department at Georgia Tech does not grant parental access to disability-related information kept by ODS. When a student with a disability requests accommodations, he or she understands that some disability-related information may be provided on a need-to-know basis to Institute faculty and staff to help ensure that the student receives appropriate accommodations. Otherwise, Institute faculty and staff need to know only (1) that the student has been through the disability documentation review process; and (2) what accommodations have been approved by ODS to meet the student's disability-related needs.
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