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This page provides current AJR students with access to student handbooks, AJR policies, and other helpful forms and information. If you are having trouble locating specific information on our website, please contact Suli A. Fassler.

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  • Students may file complaints through formal and informal procedures. No action will be taken against any student filing complaints. Further details may be found in the Student Handbook (see link above).
  • A State complaint is a written, signed statement of an allegation that a local or State educational agency (e.g., school district or other public agency) has violated a requirement of federal or New York State (NYS) law or regulation relating to the education of students with disabilities. If a parent, individual, or organization believes that such a violation has occurred, they may submit a written, signed State complaint to the New York State Education Department (NYSED). Upon receipt of a State complaint, the NYSED must determine if the alleged violation occurred and issue a written decision of its findings.Please visit the NYSED website at https://www.nysed.gov/special-education/state-complaint for the procedures and requirements for filing a State complaint. A State complaint must be made in writing and must be signed by the complainant (faxed or e-mail signatures will not be accepted).

    NYSED also publishes FAQ’s about State complaints at https://www.nysed.gov/special-education/new-york-state-complaint-procedures

Voter Registration

The 1998 Higher Education Act requires all postsecondary institutions to make a good faith effort to distribute voter registration materials to each degree or certificate seeking student.

New York State residents can download a voter registration form or register to vote online at: https://www.elections.ny.gov/NYSBOE/download/voting/voteregform-eng-fillable.pdf

Students residing outside of New York who wish to register to vote in their home state may do so by completing the National Voter Registration Form provided by the US Election Assistance Commission.

Each state sets its own registration deadline. Most are around 30 days before the election, although some are closer to Election Day. Please double-check the election laws with your state or local elections office before you start.