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Fall 2020 Disability Support Services Updates
Disability Support Services is committed to fully supporting students remotely during the fall 2020 semester.

Welcome to Disability Support Services

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Lehigh University welcomes individuals with disabilities and is committed to ensuring equal access so that all students can live, learn, and lead at Lehigh.  During this unique fall 2020 semester, all programming and services, including intake appointments and academic coaching, will be held remotely.  Our staff looks forward to working with all students with disabilities, whether they are taking classes in person or online. 

At Disability Support Services, we work closely with students who self-identify in order to ensure equal access to University programs, activities, and services.  Policies and procedures have been developed to help students become confident, successful, and independent self-advocates and learners. 

We encourage you to learn more about our services on our website.  You will find information about the support services we provide as well as procedures for requesting accommodations.  We also invite you to meet with our staff to address your specific needs. 

Maria K. Zullo
Assistant Dean of Students

 

DSS Updates, News, and Events

New Students Register and Submit Documentation ASAP

Especially prior to and at the start of the fall semester, it may take several weeks to review and process disability accommodation requests and documentation. New students are strongly encouraged to register for services and to request accommodations from Disability Support Services as early as possible prior to attending Lehigh University.

More information and a link to the registration form can be found at https://studentaffairs.lehigh.edu/content/initial-registrationrequest-services.

COVID-Related Accommodations Info

Disability Support Services provides accommodations and services to students with disabilities and those who have impairments expected to last for six months or longer.  Dean McClaind in the office of Academic Life & Student Transitions assists students who may need accommodations due to COVID-related illness.  

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