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Office of Student Disability & Accessibility Services
The Office of Student Disability and Accessibility Services (OSDAS) at Regis is committed to providing all students equal access to learning opportunities, programs, resources, and facilities. As such, the office coordinates support services and reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities. In keeping with the mission of Regis and the charism of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Boston, the OSDAS takes an individualized approach, promotes self-advocacy, and works to empower each student to achieve his or her fullest potential.
Students with disabilities access specific support and accommodations through the Office of Student Disability and Accessibility Services (OSDAS). As part of the Division of Student Affairs, OSDAS offers comprehensive services that connect students with academic and social support systems.
While the director of OSDAS oversees and protects students' legally mandated accommodations, students are partners in the process of academic support, and learn about themselves and explore their considerable abilities. The fundamental goal of services and support for students with disabilities is to empower those students and to create opportunities for greater independence and self-advocacy.
While Regis College does not offer specific academic programs for individuals with specific disabilities, the College is committed to providing support and accommodations to eligible students who have a documented need, have self-disclosed by making direct contact with OSDAS, and are legally eligible to receive accommodation based on documentation provided within the context of the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA.
Students need to meet with the director of the Office of Student Disability and Accountability Services, complete an application form, sign releases and provide necessary documentation related to his/her disability. Once received, an evaluation will be made as to whether eligibility is warranted as a “reasonable accommodation.” Students need to understand that eligibility determination is not retroactive, and is only granted once proper documentation has been submitted and reviewed by the director. To find out more about our office, please view our video here.
Accommodated Testing Center Hours (Lower Student Center 123)
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Any exams outside of this time frame must be requested at least 10 days in advance. OSDAS will do our best to find a proctor, but are not able to guarantee one.
Courtney Mulligan, Director of Disability & Accessibility Services
Office Location: Lower Student Center 126
Courtney Mulligan joined our team in Dec. 2013 as the new Director of Student Disability and Accessibility Services. Courtney graduated from Stonehill College in 2004 with a BA in Psychology, and went on to earn a Master’s in Public Administration from Suffolk University in 2010. Having worked previously in residential life at several Boston area colleges, Courtney comes to us most recently from the Disability Law Center in Boston. In her role at Regis, Courtney will work with students with diverse abilities to ensure equal access for all.
Courtney Mulligan, MPA
Director of Student Disability & Accessibility Services
Lower Student Center, 126
Institutional 504 Coordinator