My sister has a disability which prevents her from performing a particular element of her degree, which is worth about a significant portion of her grade, and has been informed no concessions or alternate arrangements will be made for her. In order to pass she will have to get 100% on everything else, while able-bodied classmates have a 30% margin of error. She is in third year, and only now have they told her this, meaning if she fails this unit her entire degree including the money she has invested, will be wasted. Had they been open about this requirement, she would not have applied to the course. The college has always been aware of her disability and I would have thought had some sort of obligation to tell her at the beginning of her degree to tell her that it will be almost impossible for her to pass. Does she have any grounds to claim discrimination? I understand that the college is not obligated to "make changes to courses which would undermine the academic integrity of the course" but i'm wondering how subjective that is? As I understand it, the college has made concessions for a blind student in her class, so it seems reasonable to request concessions are made for her as well.