Disability Services

General Information

North Central University is committed to providing optimal educational opportunities for all students, including those enrolled or admitted who have disabilities and qualify under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA).

It is our goal at North Central to assist students in maximizing their independence and self-advocacy skills to the fullest extent possible within the standards of the university.  It is important that students with disabilities make them known to the Student Success Center early in their college career.

In order to receive reasonable accommodations, students must provide current documentation of their disability and its impact in an academic setting from an appropriately licensed professional.

For an outline of services and procedures, visit the overview of Disability Services.


Our office is located on the second floor of Miller Hall, next to the central (main) stairs
M-F 9-4:30
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(612) 343-5000
(612) 343-4778


Monger, Todd

  • Clinical Director, Student Success Center
  • Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor
(612) 343-3513


Disability Services