Disability Services works with students on an individual basis to determine what accommodations would be most effective to help them achieve academic success. Some, but not all, of our accommodations are described below.
Priority RegistrationPriority or pre-registration allows students with documented disabilities who register with disability services to register for classes each semester at the earliest scheduled registration date. Learn more about priority registration.
Note TakersDon’t feel comfortable asking a student to provide you with notes? We can help students recruit a reliable note taker. Learn more about note takers.
Accessible TechnologyDisability Services is equipped with adaptive and accessible computer equipment and software. Learn more about our available technology and how to gain access.
Alternative Textbook/Handout FormatAlternative formats for textbooks or handouts can be made available from disability services to students who submit appropriate supporting documentation. Learn more about available alternative formats and texts.
InterpretersDisability services will coordinate services through freelance interpreters, CART reporters and the Massachusetts Commission for Deaf and Hard of Hearing (MCDHH), to ensure quality services, depending on your specific interpreting or CART needs. Learn more about interpreters.
FM SystemsFM Systems are available through Disability Services for use by students. Contact Disability Services for more information.
Scheduling Computer Aided Real Time (CART) ServicesComputer aided real time (CART) services are the near verbatim transformation of the spoken word into a visual text display on a computer screen. Learn more about this service and if it’s right for you.
Confidentiality and Release of Information ServicesDisability Services is committed to ensuring that all information you provide is maintained as confidential. Any information collected is used for your benefit. Discover information on confidentiality.
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