Washburn Tech is committed to assisting the academic needs of every learner. An applicant who, with reasonable accommodations, can perform the essential functions of the job for which training is being sought may request and be granted such reasonable accommodations for the duration of their course.

Tap Into Support

You also may request assistance, with reasonable accommodations, with the admissions test prior to enrollment. Please note that testing fees are nonrefundable. For more information, contact Shelley Bearman, Washburn Tech Campus Advocate, at 785.670.3364 or shelley.bearman@washburn.edu.

It's Our Policy

It is the policy of Washburn Institute of Technology to assure equal employment and educational opportunity to qualified individuals without regard to race, color, sex, age, ancestry, marital or parental status, disability, religion, national origin or sexual orientation/gender identity.  Direct questions or concerns to EEO Director, President’s Office at Washburn University, Morgan Hall, 785.670.1509 or eodirector@washburn.edu.

The Role of Campus Advocate

The campus advocate is a person who is trained to provide support. Examples include navigating campus resources, completing forms, providing emotional support or sharing reporting options. The campus advocate offers these confidential services free of cost to all Washburn Tech students, instructors and staff.

Safety planning
ADA accomodations contact
Emotional support
Referrals to campus and community resources
Client support at legal proceedings related to campus incidents
Client support when seeking medical assistance related to campus incidents
Assistance in providing transit between classes

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