Disability Services (ADA)
NCU recognizes and accepts its obligations under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and subsequent regulations, prohibiting discrimination on the basis of a disability and requiring the University to provide reasonable accommodations to those qualified with an appropriately documented disability, provided such accommodation does not create undue hardship to the university. To learn more about disability services at NCU, visit:
Title IX Notice and Non-Discrimination
NCU is committed to maintaining an environment free of all forms of discrimination and harassment. To learn more about our non-discrimination and Title IX policies and procedures, visit:
- Title IX Notice of Non-Discrimination
- Sexual Harassment Policy
- Code of Conduct
- Well-being & Safety
- Title IX Training
Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention
In accordance with the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 and the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989, NCU has policies and procedures in place relating to drugs and alcohol, including the illegal possession, use or distribution of drugs or alcohol, and the internal sanctions and federal and state penalties that may result from violations. This information is communicated to students, faculty, and team members on an annual basis. To learn more about NCU's applicable policies and procedures, visit:
Security, Emergency Response Procedures, and Vaccination Campus
Because NCU offers coursework exclusively through distance-education programs, the University is exempt from federal regulations requiring the release of campus security information, crime statistics, and emergency response procedures. In addition, NCU does not have any policies regarding student vaccination.
The National Mail Voter Registration Form can be used by U.S. citizens to register to vote, update registration information due to a change of name, make a change of address, or to register with a political party. The national form also contains voter registration rules and regulations for each state and territory. In order to use this form for state registration purposes, the citizen must follow the state-specific instructions listed for their state. After completing the form, it must be signed and sent it to the state or local election office for processing.
For more information about registering to vote, contact a state-specific election office. To register to vote by following your state-specific instructions and using the National Mail Voter Registration form, click here.
Constitution Day commemorates the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution at the Philadelphia Convention on September 17, 1787. Northcentral University encourages students and faculty at all levels to learn more about the Constitution and the U.S. government by exploring the links below.