Through assistance, advocacy and reasonable accommodations, Adelphi provides an accessible and supportive campus environment.
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College Choice has cited Adelphi as one of the country’s most accommodating schools for students with physical disabilities, learning disabilities and students on the autism spectrum.
Accommodations for Online Learning
Due to Adelphi’s response to COVID-19, and moving all classes to an online format beginning March 23, 2020, there may be accommodations that may no longer apply as well as accommodations that may need to be considered. If you are a student experiencing a barrier to online courses please follow the Student Access Office petition process by submitting a new petition for reasonable accommodations through our website. If you have any questions please contact us at email@example.com.
To learn more about the importance of ensuring access to online courses please watch this short webinar developed by the Office of Civil Rights (OCR).
The Student Access Office will remain open for the Spring 2020 semester.
Accommodation Resources For Online Courses
Equal access in the learning environment remains a top priority for Adelphi University. The resources shared here are for both students and faculty to provide guidance on how to implement accommodations for online courses.
Petitions for Additional Accommodations
If students are experiencing a barrier in their course and want to discuss additional accommodations, please follow the Student Access Office petition process, by submitting a new petition for reasonable accommodations through our website’s petitions:
We have many campus partners who provide programs, resources and services to all Adelphi students, including Bridges to Adelphi, the Center for Career and Professional Development, Distance Learning, the Learning Center, the Student Counseling Center and the Writing Center.
Our office is actively involved in the planning and preparation of Adelphi University’s Commencement exercises, as well as University events, such as lectures, cultural events and many others.
The office’s policies and procedures meet the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and prevailing university policy.