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Unless prior approval is granted by the instructor, all work submitted for this course is to be your own original work completed specifically for this course and not previously or concurrently submitted to any other instructor. All infractions of this policy will be taken seriously and pursued accordingly. Please refer to the Student Handbook for more specific policy guidelines.
Lesley University is committed to ensuring that all qualified students with disabilities are afforded an equal opportunity to participate in and to benefit from its programs and services. To receive accommodations, a student must have a documented disability as defined by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, and must provide documentation of the disability. Eligibility for reasonable accommodations will be based on the documentation provided.
If you are a student with a documented disability, or feel that you may have a disability, please contact the appropriate disability administrator:
Regarding Learning Disabilities and Attention DisordersMaureen K. Riley, Director of Academic Support Services for Students with LD/ADD Services
Doble Hall, 2nd Floor
Phone: 617.349.8464 • Fax: firstname.lastname@example.org
Regarding Physical, Sensory, and Psychiatric Disorders
Laura J. Patey, Director of Access Services for Students with Disabilities
11 Mellen Street, 1st Floor
617.349.8194 • Fax: 617.349.8558 • TTY: email@example.com
Dan Newman, Lesley University ADA/504 Coordinator
Doble Hall, 2nd Floor
Phone: 617.349.8572 • Fax: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Center for Academic Achievement offers peer tutoring to students taking classes in degree-granting programs at Lesley University. Students can focus on projects involving writing, reading comprehension, library research, brainstorming, or time management. Tutors work with students one-on-one or in small groups as they exchange ideas and feedback, explore their learning styles, and develop new skills. The Center also provides support for students with learning differences (LD) and for students whose first language is other than English (ESL).
Tutorial sessions are by appointment only. Visit the CAA office or call 617.349.8459 to schedule a session.
If you have questions about services available at the Center for Academic Achievement, call 617.349.8459 during office hours or send an email to email@example.com.
If you have questions about the online tutoring service, please call 617.349.8299 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Information Technology – ITit@lesley.edu; Online Help Center atwww.lesley.edu/it)
Information Technology assists Lesley students, faculty and staff with technology-related questions. More information about IT's mission and list of computer classes can be found at the IT webpage. The IT phone number is 617.349.8770. MyLesley technical support at 1-888-myLesley.
Students are encouraged to use the Lesley University Library for high-quality academic information for their assignments. The myLibrary tab on myLesley offers access to services and resources for academic research, including:
Students are encouraged to visit the three library facilities for hands-on resources, computers, study space, and expert help from library staff - Sherrill Library on the Brattle Campus (the main university library), Art Institute of Boston Library in Kenmore Square (for specialized art resources), and the Kresge Media Center at University Hall (for media production and equipment)--hours / Google map
Discrimination is defined as unwelcome verbal and/or physical conduct that shows bias, favoritism, prejudice, unfairness, inequity, bigotry or intolerance for another person because of his/her protected status, i.e., race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or sexual orientation.
Harassment is defined as the use of derogatory comments or acts directed toward an individual’s race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or sexual orientation that is designed to:
Complaints of discrimination, harassment, and sexual harassment may be done in writing or orally and can be made to anyone in a managerial position (e.g. Chair, Assistant Dean, Associate Dean, Dean, Division Director, Department Head, Director, or Vice President) or specifically to the Director of Equal Opportunity and Inclusion, the Director of Human Resources, or the Dean of Student Life and Academic Development.
Note:To obtain the complete Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Harassment Policy, please refer to the Undergraduate Student Handbook.
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