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Important Information about the Spring 2020 SemesterFAQs
Given the closure of many campus activities and the change to online course formats, we've put together a list of helpful FAQs to help you navigate the remainder of the semester. Please review our FAQs for students and families, and faculty and staff.
Salem State is committed to providing appropriate services and accommodations that allow self-identified students with disabilities to access all resources, programs and activities at the university as stated in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
The goal of Disability Services is to function as a collaborative resource to faculty, staff and students at Salem State University in offering students access in order to maximize each student’s educational potential.
The office works with faculty, staff and students to ensure that appropriate academic accommodations are made which allow all students equal opportunity in the classroom and throughout campus.
Information for Students Seeking Accommodations
Please contact our office to make an appointment. In order to provide a reasonable academic accommodation/auxiliary aid, the student must provide documentation of the disability to Disability Services. The documentation must be current, provide a clear diagnosis by the appropriate medical professional and specify the functional limitations related to the disorder.
The student must meet with Disability Services each semester and academic accommodations are decided through an interactive process. As each semester brings new courses students seeking accommodations would meet with Disability Services, at that point, a decision of appropriate academic accommodations is made specific to each course.
Lisa Bibeau, assistant dean
Joseph Kelleher, assistant director
Jennifer McDowell, alternative text specialist
Emily Bradley, staff assistant
Timothy Erickson-Oberg, staff assistant
Lauren Bass, administrative assistant II
To make an appointment to discuss any accommodations that you may require during orientation, student testing, living in the residence halls, or in the classroom please contact our office!
Campus Location and Hours
Frederick E. Berry Library and Learning Commons, room G20
Monday–Friday: 8:30 am to 5 pm
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Salem State University
352 Lafayette Street
Salem, MA 01970