Disability Services works with faculty, staff and students on and off-campus to ensure that appropriate academic adjustments are made that allow all students an equal opportunity inside the classroom and around campus.
At Lesley University, you will find an academic community that believes in equal educational opportunity for all qualified students with disabilities. We are committed to compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and other relevant state and federal legislation. Disability Services is a catalyst for ensuring students equity and excellence in education, maximizing each student's educational potential while helping him or her develop and maintain independence. Our philosophy is one that encourages self-awareness, self-determination, self-advocacy and independence while providing a safe, caring, respectful environment that cultivates growth and positive learning. The office works with faculty, staff and students on and off-campus to ensure that appropriate academic adjustments are made that allow all students an equal opportunity inside the classroom and around campus.
Daniel Newman, Executive Director, Academic Support Services & ADA/504 Coordinator, Doble Hall, 2nd Floor, Cambridge, MA 02138 Phone: 617.349.8572, Fax: 617.349.349-8324,email@example.com
Kimberly J. Johnson, Director of LD/ADD Academic Support Program, Doble Hall, 2nd Floor, Cambridge, MA 02138 Phone: 617.349.8462, Fax: 617.349.8324, firstname.lastname@example.org
G. Ruth Kukiela Bork, Director of Access Services for Students with Disabilities, 11 Mellen Street, Cambridge, MA 02138 Phone: 617-349-8194, TTY 617.349.8544, Fax: 617.349.8558 Email: email@example.com
Lesley University is committed to providing equal and integrated access for all qualified persons with disabilities to academic, social, cultural and recreational programs at the University. This commitment is grounded not only in the law, but also in Lesley's own commitment to the inclusion of all members of the community. The Program and Activity Access Policy [pdf] outlines the ways in which Lesley may ensure accessibility, including relocation to an accessible location, or providing auxiliary aids and services, technology, equipment, or personal assistance to facilitate access.
The Campus Map [pdf] with building directory includes information about the accessibility of each building.
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Lesley University is committed to the full participation of its students in all of its programs. In addition to this long-standing Lesley philosophy, students with disabilities have specific legal rights. Please visit Lesley University's Policies and Procedures webpage for students with disabilities seeking reasonable modifications under the ADA.
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