Services for Students with Chronic Illness
- Access Map - clarifies the accessibility of campus buildings.
- Accessible housing and meal plan considerations
- Daytime SEAS shuttle and evening on-call service for
- Accessible classroom assignments
- Permission to tape-record lectures
- Assistance in identifying a volunteer note taker
- The option of taking a reduced course load with a prorated tuition*
- Referral to community resources
* Students choosing to take a reduced course load with a prorated tuition are still required to fulfill the tuition degree requirement by accumulating eight full semesters (32 courses) of tuition credit and a minimum of 30 course credits. Students considering this option should discuss it with the Director of SEAS.