Student Access Services
Spring 2017 Checklist for All SAS Students
Student Access Services (SAS) ensures the provision of reasonable accommodations to students with documented disabilities, while also monitoring general campus accessibility and promoting disability awareness across campus.
Registering for Accommodations
Eligible students may register for accommodations by providing SAS with the required documents and meeting with the Director of SAS. Although parents and advocates may assist students with this introduction, the Director will not be able to determine accommodations for a student without their attendance at meetings and active involvement in the process. Also, any medical documents that have been submitted to other Marymount University departments (i.e. Admissions, Student Health Center) will not be forwarded to SAS office. Students are responsible for submitting their own documentation to the SAS office before their scheduled SAS intake meeting.
Meeting with SAS
SAS is available throughout the year for information, services, and referrals to complement – but not duplicate – services offered to students through other campus offices. In addition to the reasonable accommodation SAS staff can review the various resources and academic support offices that are available on campus, with prospective students and their families. Please schedule an SAS meeting as part of your campus visit itinerary with Marymount's Admissions Office.