Animals on Campus
Animals are not allowed on campus with the exception of service animals for people with disabilities. At no time should animals be left in vehicles. Questions should be directed to the campus dean or center executive director.
The ADA and Nebraska law [Section 20-127] allows service animals accompanying people with disabilities to be on MCC’s campuses. A service animal must be permitted to accompany a person with a disability everywhere on campus except in situations where safety may be compromised. If there are any questions as to whether an animal qualifies as a service animal, a determination will be made by Disability Support Services counselors. Therapy animals do not assist an individual with a disability in the activities of daily living; therefore, they are not protected by laws for service animals.