Fall 2020 Guidance
In response to COVID-19, university courses and operations remain predominantly online for fall.

Our commitment to accessibility.

At Lesley University, we’re committed to providing equal or equally effective alternative access to academic, social, cultural, and recreational programs for all qualified individuals with disabilities.

Here, you can find our accessibility resources or report an issue.

Reporting an Accessibility Issue

If you experience an accessibility issue with the Lesley University website or information technology (IT), please report it via our online form

University Resources for Lesley Students and Employees

Students

The University's Disability Services Office works to accommodate students with disabilities. Learn more about Disability Services for Students, including how to request classroom, academic, testing, housing, or meal accommodations.

The Disability Services Office's policies, procedures, and forms are accessible here online, and in hard copy format.

Our Disability Services Office also provides training, resources, and assistance to faculty members to help them work with students with disabilities, including their use of technology in their classes. Our Faculty Guide to Disability Services for Students outlines how our faculty support the success of students with disabilities. The Faculty Handbook also provides information to faculty, including syllabus notice requirements.

Employees

The University accommodates employees with disabilities through the Human Resources Office. These may range from accommodations in the application and interview process to accommodations or modifications to the work environment, or even to varying forms of temporary leave that individuals may be entitled to on the basis of an individual disability. For more information, see the University’s Employee Handbook (PDF).

Event and Activity Access

Anyone planning an event or activity that is hosted by Lesley University must ensure that the event or activity is accessible to all participants. Review our Program, Activity, and Event Access Policy and find out how you can work with our Disability Services Office in advance of your next event or activity.

Policy Against Discrimination and Harassment on the Basis of Disability and Bias Education and Response Team

The University has a written policy that prohibits disability-based discrimination and harassment and a complaint resolution procedure to address complaints.  The University also has a Bias Education and Response Team for responding to complaints about bias on the basis of disability.