Student Accessibility Support (SAS) Fellows

The Student Accessibility Support Fellows are in place to support their peers in their adjustment to college life, both academically and socially. SAS Fellows are current Brandeis University students and are in place to support their peers in their adjustment to college life. During their time at Brandeis, the SAS Fellows are students who have shown success and personal growth.

The SAS Fellows Program works to create a welcoming, stigma-free space that promotes disability awareness so that all students have an opportunity to flourish and embrace their differences. Students who identify as having a disability(ies)/condition(s) may benefit from meeting with a SAS Fellow. By having a conversation with someone who has been in a similar position, students will be able to relate and seek meaningful guidance.

SAS Fellows additionally assist with student engagement efforts, holding assignment accountability hours and disability-specific affinity groups, collaborating with student groups, and performing alternative text services for the office.