Students with disabilities make up an important part of our Brandeis community. Our diverse community includes students with a range of physical, sensory, psychological, medical, and learning disabilities. While appreciating the strengths and vulnerabilities of all students, Student Accessibility Support (SAS) seeks to promote the growth of undergraduate and graduate students through individual connection with students, campus-wide initiatives, and collaboration with others in the Brandeis community.

Accessibility Support at Brandeis

If you are a student with a disability, you will be able to access support and accommodations through Student Accessibility Support (SAS). Our team will make it easy for you to tap into the rich network of resources, advising, tutoring and programming that are available to all Brandeis students. Additionally, through meetings we will get to know who you are holistically and not solely by your disability.

Director Beth Rodgers-Kay and a team of Accessibility Specialists oversee and protect students' legally mandated accommodations and, more importantly, will support you to:

Our fundamental goal is to empower you and to create opportunities for greater independence and self-advocacy.

Making the Most of the Brandeis Experience

To make the most of your strengths, your needs, and the resources available through SAS, we recommend that you: