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Student Accessibility Services (SAS) Office is located in Fox Hall and provides information regarding support services at St. Lawrence University. Every effort is made to individually and appropriately serve students to enable them to attain success and reach their goals. Our staff is made up of the director and assistant director who provide a wide range of support services and accommodations for students with disabilities.
The Student Accessibility Services office works with 25 % of the campus community with students who have documented disabilities. It is important that students self-identify and reach out to our office early on in their academic career to receive reasonable accommodations. We are here to assist students if you suspect you have a specific learning style but have not been tested you should still reach out to our office for assistance as we can guide and navigate you with the referral process to be tested. We are here to help students and encourage students to reach out to us right away if they are seeking accommodations.
Student Accessibility Services News
St. Lawrence University announced the Spring 2017 Innovation Grant award recipients, which include teaching about fire safety, improving energy efficiency and safety in theme cottages, enhancing student music performance space, training for website accessibility strategies, and understanding new opportunities for student and regional community engagement are the concepts that the committee found to be most well designed and innovative from among the dozen proposals.