Supports at Brandeis
SAS provides a range of supports to students with disabilities. All services available to qualified students are determined based on an on-going and collaborative process between the student and SAS. Depending on the nature and severity of the disability and the particular needs of the student, SAS can help students obtain a variety of academic adjustments. This can include, but is not limited to:
- Academic accommodations (e.g., classroom accommodations, testing accommodations, physical accommodations, alt-format materials)
- Auxiliary aids and services (e.g., notetakers, CART services)
- Non-academic accommodations (e.g., transportation accommodations). *Brandeis does not provide housing for graduate students.
- Introductions and referrals to other campus resources
Please note that essential programmatic requirements cannot be altered and are determined by faculty and departments. As a student at Brandeis, you are expected to meet all academic and behavioral expectations of both the courses you are taking and of the broader campus community.