Disability/Access Services

Framingham State University offers equal opportunities to all qualified students, including those with disabilities and impairments. The University is committed to making reasonable accommodations as are necessary to ensure that its programs and activities do not discriminate, or have the effect of discriminating, on the basis of disability. Academic Success serves students with learning and psychiatric disabilities as well as students with visual, mobility and hearing impairments.

Academic Success works to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified students. The purpose of accommodations, modification, and/or auxiliary aids is to reduce or eliminate any disadvantages that may exist because of a disability. Framingham State University is not mandated by law to waive specific courses or academic requirements considered essential to a particular program or degree. Rather, the University is mandated to modify existing requirements on a case-by-case basis in order to ensure that individuals are not discriminated against on the basis of their disability.

Accessing Accommodations

Accessing Academic Accommodations 

Overview of Academic Accommodations 

Documentation Guidelines 

Learning Disabilities

Psychiatric Disabilities 

Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)

Medical Conditions  

Policies and Procedures 

Rights and Responsibilities 

Policy for Extended Time on Exams 

Housing Assignments and Accommodations Policy

Dietary/Meal Plan Modification Policy 

Confidentiality Statement 

Resources for Faculty 

Faculty Guidelines 

Frequently Asked Questions

Students with Hidden Disabilities 

Students with Mobility Conditions 

Students with Sensory Disabilities 


 For questions about any of the above information, please contact:

LaDonna Bridges, Associate Dean of Academic Success

Vikky Angelico, Disability/Access Services Coordinator