Brandeis' accessibility office is part of the network of resources and advisors within the Office of Academic Services. Students easily receive introductions and referrals to services and support that are available to all undergraduates: class-year advisors and programming, trained peer advisors and mentors, peer tutors through Brandeis Undergraduate Group Study (BUGS) and advisors for academic fellowships, study abroad and health professions. We readily connect students with the resources of the Writing Center, graduate student tutors in chemistry and math, and the academic advising network of faculty advisors.
Additionally, Student Accessibility Support meets individually with students to advise and support them. Specifically, we promote the use of academic strategies, development of the student's self-knowledge and good communication with faculty and staff.
Brandeis has a number of resources developed around creating accessible websites. This Web Accessibility website provides guidance and standards for Brandeis websites, as well as additional guidance on creating accessible documents and other types of digital content.
The Brandeis Library is dedicated to providing access and services to all members of the Brandeis community.
If you are a faculty or staff member and are seeking accommodations, please visit Support at Brandeis for more information.