State funded schools such as universities, community colleges and vocational schools are covered by Title II of the ADA. Private colleges and vocational schools are covered by Title III. Also, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act covers any school that receives federal funds. All of these schools are required to make their programs accessible to qualified students with disabilities. A postsecondary entity may not discriminate on the basis of disability. It must ensure that the programs it offers, including extracurricular activities, are accessible to students with disabilities. They can do this in a number of ways: by providing architectural access, providing aids and services necessary for effective communication, and by modifying policies, practices and procedures. Modifications will always vary based on the individual student's needs. Modifications of policies and practices are not required when it would fundamentally alter the nature of the service, program, or activity. The postsecondary program cannot have eligibility requirements that screen out people with disabilities. Application forms cannot ask applicants if they have a history of any disability. Institutions may impose criteria that relate to safety risks but these criteria must be based on actual risk and not on stereotypes or assumptions about a disability.