Dartmouth is committed to ensuring that its programs, services, and activities are accessible to all. Disability-related accommodations are delivered through a network of established programs and offices that serve undergraduate, graduate, and professional school students, faculty, staff, visitors, and guests. Accommodation needs and inquiries about accessibility assistance are welcome. Please see the following listing for the Dartmouth resources available to assist students, faculty, staff, visitors, and guests with disabilities.
ADA/504 COMPLIANCE PROGRAM
The ADA/504 Coordinator (ADAC) in the Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity (IDE) ensures compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and other federal and state laws and regulations pertaining to persons with disabilities. The ADAC oversees and implements a campus-wide compliance program, including managing all disability-based grievance processes related to the provision of disability-related accommodations, delivering campus-wide disability compliance training, promoting physical and digital access enhancements, and providing effective leadership to promote cross-divisional collaboration and consistency.
Contact: Linda Sullivan, ADA/504 Coordinator
(603) 646-3920 | firstname.lastname@example.org | Linda.M.Sullivan@Dartmouth.edu
Employment accommodations are overseen by the IDE Employment Accommodations Coordinator who receives requests for workplace accommodations and recommends reasonable accommodations for faculty, staff, and student employees, and applicants for employment. The Employment Accommodations Coordinator also serves as a resource to departments and programs in providing accommodations to visitors and guests. This position works with partners across the institution to promote an accessible and inclusive working environment.
Contact: Linda Sullivan, ADA/504 Coordinator
(603) 646-3920 | Linda.M.Sullivan@Dartmouth.edu
Accommodations for prospective and enrolled students with disabilities are supported through specific programs within the undergraduate, graduate, and professional schools. The following offices are the first point of contact for applicants for admissions and currently enrolled students to inquire about disability-related accommodations and begin the interactive process.
College of Arts and Sciences
Student Accessibility Services (SAS) supports undergraduate students with disabilities including 5th year (B.E.) Thayer School of Engineering students.
Contact: (603) 646-9900 | email@example.com
Geisel School of Medicine
The Geisel School of Medicine supports medical students with disabilities and other learning needs through the Geisel Office of Student Accessibility Services (GSAS).
Contact: William H. Eidtson, Director of Learning Support and Student Accessibility Services
(603) 650-1125 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Guarini School of Graduate and Advanced Studies
Accommodations for Guarini graduate students are determined and provided through the Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies.
Contact: Gary Hutchins, Registrar and Assistant Dean of Graduate Studies
(603) 646-2107 | email@example.com
Thayer School of Engineering
Accommodations for Thayer graduate students are determined and provided through the Assistant Dean for Academic and Student Affairs.
Contact: Holly Wilkinson, Assistant Dean for Academic and Student Affairs
(603) 646-3483 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuck School of Business
Accommodations for Tuck graduate students are determined and provided through the Assistant Dean for Academic and Student Affairs.
Contact: Sally Jaeger, Associate Dean, MBA Program
(603) 646-2190 | email@example.com
The Dartmouth Institute for Health Policy and Clinical Practice
Accommodations for TDI graduate students are determined and provided through the Director of Admissions.
Contact: Courtney Theroux, Director of Admissions
(603) 650-1530 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Visitor and Guests
Requests for accommodations to participate in a Dartmouth-sponsored program, service or activity are made directly to the event host or sponsor. The IDE Employment Accommodations Coordinator serves as a resource to departments and programs in providing accommodations to visitors and guests as does the ADAC.
Contact: Program host/ sponsor or email@example.com
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