Disability Services

The Office of Disability Services exists to assist individuals with disabilities have opportunities for full participation and equal access to campus programs and services, in alignment with federal standards and state regulations.

Who is Eligible for Assistance?

Services are available to students and visitors on campus with documented disabilities. Individuals eligible for service include, but are not limited to, those with autism spectrum or attention disorders, chronic medical conditions, learning disabilities, and mobility, vision, hearing or speech impairments. Students with food allergies or other dietary restrictions may discuss their dietary needs with the Director of Disability Services and Dining Services staff. Additionally, those with temporary disabilities, such as conditions stemming from concussion, injury or surgery, may also be eligible for accommodation services.

Accommodation Services

Individuals with disabilities have the responsibility to self-identify to the Office of Disability Services and provide relevant documentation from a qualified professional (e.g., psychologist, psychiatrist, physician, etc.), which is required to support a request for accommodation services. Appropriate and reasonable accommodations that may be beneficial in the classroom, the campus community or other areas will then be discussed. Given the many varieties and intricacies of disabilities, reasonable accommodations are determined on an individual basis.

For additional information, please contact the Office of Disability Services at 201-216-3748 or visit in person in the 3rd floor of the Martha Bayard Building.