The mission of the Office of Disability Services is to provide individualized support to students with disabilities to ensure access to a complete and fulfilling higher education.
Disability Services offers classroom and academic accommodations, testing accommodations, consultation advocacy, and assistance with campus accessibility. Disability Services acts as a resource for students, faculty, and staff who need assistance in addressing disability issues and concerns. Disability Services coordinates Mount Saint Mary College’s academic and non-academic campus accommodations (including temporary disabilities), assists students in communicating needs to faculty and staff, and works collaboratively with other departments to resolve any concerns related to disability needs that may arise.
If you would like to register with Disability Services, please click the following links:
First, complete our online Accommodation Request Form
Second, Use our online reservation system to make an appointment with a Disability Counselor
Disability Services is proud to highlight our most successful program:
We believe that the power of connection fuels the availability to learn and achieve more.
That’s why we created PACT.
PACT helps students with anxiety develop skills and confidence. We create personal connections and build coping skills so students Persist, Achieve, Connect, and Thrive at MSMC and beyond.
If you are a current or incoming student and feel that joining PACT might be the right choice for you, please click on the following links:
More general information about the PACT Program
PACT questionnaire to see if the program is right for me
Our staff, Dr. Alisha McCorvey, Director; Maggie Kemp, Accommodations Coordinator; and Jennifer Bruntil, Learning Specialist (3 days a week) are here to assist students 5 days a week.
We are located in Aquinas 107, and are open from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Thursday and 8:30-4:00 on Friday. Please stop by our office, call us at 845-569-3638, or email email@example.com for more information.
We also encourage you to like us on Facebook to get updates from our office.
For more information about the Americans With Disabilities Act, visit ada.gov
Disability Services is a part of the Student Support Center which is comprised of the Office of Student Success, Counseling Services, and Disability Services. The mission of the Student Support Center is to provide collaborative support services that empower students to become successful in their personal and academic lives.