ASPEN, Colo. (AP) – Colorado Mountain College officials say they expect to complete their investigation into a discrimination complaint by mid-November.

Channing Seideman, who has epilepsy, filed the complaint accusing faculty members of mishandling a seizure she had during class at the Aspen campus. Her complaint says that after her second seizure in three semesters, the college emailed her that the incidents were reaching a point where it could ask her to drop classes.

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Channing Seideman (credit: CBS)

Her complaint asked that three faculty members be placed on leave while an investigation takes place.

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Colorado Mountain College officials say privacy laws limit what they can say about the complaint. The Aspen Times reports the school has released a statement saying it has a strong commitment to providing equal educational opportunities to all students.

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