Housing, Food Allergies, Dietary Needs, Safety and Parking - Disability Services
Accessible Housing, Safety and Parking
ACCESSIBLE ROOM ASSIGNMENTS
Students who require accessible residence hall rooms or unique accommodations in their housing assignments due to a disability or chronic health condition may request an adjustment to their residence hall assignments as an accommodation. In such situations, students should check the appropriate box on the housing application and provide a Housing Adjustment Request form, completed in part by a physician, to the office of Disability Services. Once the completed form is received by the office of Disability Services, the student's accommodation request will be verified as being disability-related to the Housing and Residential Life Office, and if approved and appropriate, additional housing fees may be waived. Housing and Residential Life staff review each request, consult with the office of Disability Services, and determine if appropriate housing assignments are available. If the student's request requires structural modifications, that request must be submitted at least 60 days prior to move-in to the housing facility.
FOOD ALLERGIES AND DIETARY NEEDS
Vincennes University and Sodexo are passionate about serving students. From general manager to front line servers, we work diligently to address students’ specific needs, especially those with food allergies, Celiac disease, or special diet needs. For more information or to receive additional information regarding how we can help meet your dining needs please see our page at https://vinu.sodexomyway.com/health/allergy.html
SAFETY AND EMERGENCY/INCLEMENT WEATHER TRANSPORT
The safety of all students in Vincennes University housing is a primary concern and requires the cooperative effort of those who live and work in the residence halls. For students who have physical or health issues which may require medical care or who may need assistance with emergency evacuation, please describe in detail those issues/needs on the housing data card that students are asked to fill out upon "check-in" into the residence halls. It is imperative that all students plan in advance for their own safe evacuation in emergency situations, and discuss in detail any assistance they may need with residence hall staff, PRIOR to the occurrance of an emergency situation!
Additionally, any student who feels unsafe traveling across campus, especially after dark or after a night class may call the Vincennes University Polilce station at 812-888-5555 to request a police escort and transport back to the residence halls or to a personal vehicle. The same is true during inclement weather or if you have a motorized wheelchair that leaves you stranded on campus; you may contact the Vincennes University Police for assistance.
Vincennes University honors all state-issued disability parking placards and license plates in designated areas of each parking lot on campus. Please contact your state's Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) for information concerning required documentation and the process for obtaining a valid, state-issued disability parking permit.