Academic Accommodations

Faculty Guide to the Accommodations Process

Steps to the Transition & Accommodation Process – Rindge Campus Students

Steps to the Transition & Accommodation Process – CGPS Students

 

Guidelines for Documentation of a Medical Disability

Guidelines for Documentation of a Psychological Disability

Guidelines for Documentation of a Specific Learning Disability

 

Staff Presentations

Center staff are also available to speak with groups of students, faculty and/or staff at the College at Rindge or at our College of Graduate and Professional Studies campuses. These presentations may be done in person or via video conferencing or Skype. Please contact our office for more information.

 

Syllabi Statements

Suggested wording to inform students about accessing academic accommodations.

Faculty Syllabi Statements – CGPS

CGPS EXAMPLE #1
If you are diagnosed with a disability, please contact the
Coordinator of Student Accessibility Services, via phone (603-899-4126) or
email (ogdenj@franklinpierce.edu). All students with the necessary supporting
documentation will be provided appropriate accommodations as determined by the
Coordinator. It is entirely your responsibility to contact the Coordinator, who will
then supply me with your Notice of Academic Accommodations document - which
will inform me of exactly what accommodations you are entitled to. You will only
receive accommodations once I have been provided with this form.

CGPS EXAMPLE #2
It is Franklin Pierce University policy to provide reasonable accommodations to
students with disabilities. If you would like to request such accommodations, please
contact the Coordinator of Student Accessibility Services, via phone (603-899-4126) or
email, .

CGPS EXAMPLE #3
If you are a student with a disability: The Coordinator of Student Accessibility
Services, in the Center for Academic Excellence at 603-899-4126 or  is available to discuss eligibility requirements and appropriate academic accommodations that you may require as a student with a disability. Requests for academic accommodations should be made early in the term, but can be made at any time.
You are responsible for contacting the Coordinator.

Faculty Syllabi Statement Examples - Rindge:

Rindge EXAMPLE #1
If you are diagnosed with a disability, please make an appointment to meet with the
Coordinator of Student Accessibility Services, located in the Center for
Academic Excellence. The Coordinator can be reached at 603-899-4126 or
ogdenj@franklinpierce.edu. All students with the necessary supporting
documentation will be provided appropriate accommodations as determined by the
Coordinator. It is entirely your responsibility to contact the Coordinator and then supply
me with your Notification of Academic Accommodations document - which will inform
me of exactly what accommodations you are entitled to. You will only receive
accommodations once you provide me with this form.

Rindge EXAMPLE #2
It is Franklin Pierce University policy to provide reasonable accommodations to
students with disabilities. If you would like to request such accommodations, please
contact the Coordinator of Student Accessibility Services, located in the Center for
Academic Excellence, call 603-899-4126, or email .

Rindge EXAMPLE #3
If you are a student with a disability: The Coordinator of Student Accessibility
Services in the Center for Academic Excellence is available to discuss eligibility
requirements and appropriate academic accommodations that you may require as a
student with a disability. Requests for academic accommodations should be made
early in the semester, but can be made at any time. You are responsible for
contacting the Coordinator by stopping by the CAE, calling 603-899-4126, or
emailing .

 

Undergraduate Peer Tutoring

CGPS Undergraduate Peer Tutor Request form

Rindge campus Peer Tutoring schedules are posted each semester on eRaven.


 

CONTACT

Jeffrey S. Ogden, Student Accessibility Services

Center for Academic Excellence(603) 899-4126

Office Hours

Mon - Fri:
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.