The Office of Disability Services at Dickinson College seeks to ensure that all programs, services and facilities are accessible to qualified students on a non-discriminatory basis. Disability Services is committed to working with all eligible students with documented disabilities to provide reasonable accommodations in the academic and/or living environment. Disability Services fosters communications between students with disabilities and faculty, and facilitates the awareness of and access to relevant resources.
FOR CURRENT STUDENTS WITH ACCOMMODATIONS:
Once you have received your accommodation letter, fill in all accommodated testing information on your "Blue Forms," to take to your professors. During your meeting with your professors, open your laptop, click the Accommodate LOGIN and look for "Shortcuts" to access the online Accommodation Plan, which you will complete with your professor's oversight.
FOR NEWLY DISCLOSING EXCEPTIONAL STUDENTS
first step for students seeking any type of accommodation is to complete our
online Disclosure and Accommodation Request Form
Other Frequently Requested Links:
for Receiving Academic Accommodations
Meal Plan Accommodations
Temporary Impairment Services
and Procedures for Faculty and Staff
Please see our navigation menu
(top of page) for more options.
If you have any questions about
accommodations at Dickinson based on a disability or temporary impairment,
please look through this website for information. If you still have remaining
questions, please send them to Marni Jones, Director of Learning Skills and
Disability Services and Assistant Dean of Advising at email@example.com.
schedule an appointment with Marni Jones, you can either call Stephanie
Anderberg at 717-245-1734, or stop by her office on the first floor of Biddle
Disability Services is part of the Office of Academic Advising.
Please take some time to visit our staff
page to learn more about the Advising Staff.
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