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Student Accessibility Services (SAS)

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Contact with your Specialist – Getting Accommodation Letters

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It's important to get your accommodation letters early so you can deliver them to your instructors and discuss the details. By moving through the accommodation letter process early, you can begin using accommodations as soon as possible.

Remember, quizzes and exams can happen early in a semester. If you want to use the Exam Proctoring Center, you need to schedule early! BEFORE SCHEDULING at the EPC, you need to deliver your letters and discuss the logistics of your accommodation requests.

Come in to see your Specialist as soon as possible. Please see the matrix below for information about how to:

  • Drop In
  • Email your Specialist
  • Schedule an appointment

MONDAY, JANUARY 21st is a Holiday. ACCESS will be closed.


Laurel Cameron - DROP IN is for the first two weeks only. After the DROP IN period, please call to schedule.

Mon 1/14 9:30-11:30 AM
Tues 1/15 1-3 PM
Wed 1/16 NO DROP IN
Thur 1/17 1-3 PM
Fri 1/18 9:30-11:30 AM

WEEK 2 -
Tues 1/22 10:30 AM-12:30 PM
Wed 1/23 1-3
Thur 1/24 12-2 PM
Fri 1/25 10 AM-12 PM

Marsha Camp – BY APPOINTMENT- Call 802-656-7753

Laura Clemmons – BY APPOINTMENT- Call 802-656-7753

Jean Haverstick – Drop-in time (15 minute meeting to discuss accommodations)
*If you have never received letters from our office before you need make an appointment*(see below)

Monday Jan 14 8:30-11:30 AM and 2-3:30 PM
Tuesday Jan 15 2-4 PM
Thursday Jan 24 8:30-11:00 AM and 12-4 PM
Friday Jan 25 9:30-11:30 AM

-If you are new or find that our meetings usually take more than 15 minutes then please call the office to schedule a meeting time. 802-656-7753

Diana Williams – Drop In Times:

Tues 1/22 9-11 am
Wed 1/23 1-3 pm
Thur 1/24 1-3 PM
Fri 1/25 10 AM-12 PM

Or, feel free to call ACCESS for an appointment at any other times!

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