The Harvard School of Public Health is committed to providing appropriate services to students with documented learning, physical, and other disabilities who are enrolled in degree-granting or special programs, whether full- or part-time. The provision of accommodations is intended to ensure that students with disabilities have the opportunity to learn on an equal basis with non-disabled peers. Disabled students are encouraged to take advantage of opportunities available to help them achieve their educational goals.
The Office for Student Affairs furnishes a range of services to students with disabilities, including interpreters, recordings of classes, arrangements for reasonable accommodations and transportation, and other services as necessary.
Harvard University, in accordance with its obligations under the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, does not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities in admission or access to programs and activities. The Office for Student Affairs assists all students with learning, manual, mobility, hearing, visual and other disabilities.
For further information, please contact Leah Kane, Director of Student Affairs, at 617-432-1542 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org