Part 84 - NONDISCRIMINATION ON THE BASIS OF HANDICAP IN PROGRAMS OR ACTIVITIES RECEIVING FEDERAL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE  


Subpart A — General Provisions
§ 84.1 Purpose.
§ 84.2 Application.
§ 84.3 Definitions.
§ 84.4 Discrimination prohibited.
§ 84.5 Assurances required.
§ 84.6 Remedial action, voluntary action, and self-evaluation.
§ 84.7 Designation of responsible employee and adoption of grievance procedures.
§ 84.8 Notice.
§ 84.9 Administrative requirements for small recipients.
§ 84.10 Effect of State or local law or other requirements and effect of employment opportunities.
Subpart B — Employment Practices
§ 84.11 Discrimination prohibited.
§ 84.12 Reasonable accommodation.
§ 84.13 Employment criteria.
§ 84.14 Preemployment inquiries.
§§ 84.15-84.20 [Reserved]
Subpart C — Accessibility
§ 84.21 Discrimination prohibited.
§ 84.22 Existing facilities.
§ 84.23 New construction.
§§ 84.24-84.30 [Reserved]
Subpart D — Preschool, Elementary, and Secondary Education
§ 84.31 Application of this subpart.
§ 84.32 Location and notification.
§ 84.33 Free appropriate public education.
§ 84.34 Educational setting.
§ 84.35 Evaluation and placement.
§ 84.36 Procedural safeguards.
§ 84.37 Nonacademic services.
§ 84.38 Preschool and adult education.
§ 84.39 Private education.
§ 84.40 [Reserved]
Subpart E — Postsecondary Education
§ 84.41 Application of this subpart.
§ 84.42 Admissions and recruitment.
§ 84.43 Treatment of students; general.
§ 84.44 Academic adjustments.
§ 84.45 Housing.
§ 84.46 Financial and employment assistance to students.
§ 84.47 Nonacademic services.
§§ 84.48-84.50 [Reserved]
Subpart F — Health, Welfare, and Social Services
§ 84.51 Application of this subpart.
§ 84.52 Health, welfare, and other social services.
§ 84.53 Drug and alcohol addicts.
§ 84.54 Education of institutionalized persons.
§ 84.55 Procedures relating to health care for handicapped infants.
§§ 84.56-84.60 [Reserved]
Subpart G — Procedures
§ 84.61 Procedures.
Appendix A to Part 84—Analysis of Final Regulation
Appendix B to Part 84—Guidelines for Eliminating Discrimination and Denial of Services on the Basis of Race, Color, National Origin, Sex, and Handicap in Vocational Education Programs [Note]
Appendix C to Part 84—Guidelines Relating to Health Care for Handicapped Infants

Authority

20 U.S.C. 1405; 29 U.S.C. 794; 42 U.S.C. 290dd–2; 21 U.S.C. 1174.

Source

42 FR 22677, May 4, 1977, unless otherwise noted.