The Stephens College Student Success Center is committed to offering ADA/ Section 504 accommodations for students with accessibility needs. We look forward to serving you.Sady Mayer Strand
Developing and implementing appropriate accommodations can require significant time and effort from multiple offices and individuals across campus; a student’s prompt attention to the College’s requests for information and feedback are essential if a plan for accommodations is to be implemented in a timely, efficient way.
Students registered with the ADA/Section 504 Coordinator should contact their professors at the beginning of the semester to make arrangements for approved academic accommodations. In all cases, such arrangements should be confirmed in advance of when the requested accommodation will be needed.
For more information regarding the College’s ADA policies and procedures, please refer to the Stephens College Student Handbook, Within the Ivy.
The University of Washington’s DO-IT Center website provides a wealth of ADA resources for both students and faculty.
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