Disability Accommodation Policy
Chegg Skills does not discriminate on the basis of disability. Qualified individuals with disabilities are entitled to reasonable accommodation to ensure that they have full and equal access to Chegg Skills' courses and examinations, consistent with federal law, including the Americans with Disabilities Act (42 U.S.C. § 12182) (“ADA”), and state and/or local law.
Upon request, Chegg Skills will provide appropriate auxiliary aids and services for Chegg Skills courses or examinations to individuals with impaired sensory, manual, or speaking skills unless a particular aid or service would fundamentally alter the measurement of the skills or knowledge an examination is intended to test, or fundamentally alter the course, or would result in an undue burden on Chegg Skills.
Request for Accommodation
Chegg Skills will provide accommodation to a qualified individual with a disability provided that the accommodation does not pose an undue burden on Chegg Skills. A disclosure of a disability or a request for accommodation made to any staff, faculty, or personnel other than the Advanced Student Support Team will not be treated as a request for accommodation.
To request accommodation, fill out the Request for Accommodation Intake Form linked here. Prior to completing the form, please ensure that you have a letter from a health care provider ready to upload. The note/letter must have been completed in the last 6 months and include the following information:
- Whether you have a physical or mental impairment that limits one or more major life activities (such as seeing, hearing, breathing, communicating, concentrating, interacting with others, standing, sitting, etc.)
- What your specific limitation is on participating in Chegg Skills' courses or examinations, and the duration of such limitations
- What accommodations, if any, might allow you to participate in Chegg Skills' courses or examinations
Chegg Skills may request additional documentation as needed. Chegg Skills will follow up within 10 business days of receiving the form with a response. We cannot make any retroactive modifications to your course after accommodations have been requested and approved. To guarantee the ability to be granted accommodations to your course, please be sure to request accommodations to your course within your first 30 days of enrollment.