Welcome to Umass Dartmouth!
New students will need to submit documentation to email@example.com. You will need to self-disclose and make an appointment to discuss accommodations even if you have sent documentation to the office or through Admissions with one of our directors. We will start taking appointments for the fall semester 2021 the week of August 23. You can call 508.999.8711 to make an appointment for whenever is convenient for you. If no one answers, please leave a message and someone will return your call.
Remember returning students, you must register each semester for accommodations. Make an appointment today!
Attention students: Start the semester out right!
Make an appointment with a graduate assistant, Chloe, after you have registered with the Center. These meetings will help you build the skills you need to be successful. She will tailor these meetings to your personal needs and work with you to keep you on track. Unlike the tutors available in the various academic centers, this program is designed to establish a foundation for your hard-work and ability by covering mixed topics such as time management, organization, breaking assignments into smaller chunks, meeting deadlines, tips for effective studying, organizational skills, how to reduce stress, improving memory skills, and much more.
Contact CAS for more information and to schedule an appointment: 508-999-8711.
Have ADD / ADHD?
Honor student, Lauren Talbot, is offering a peer mentoring program to help you obtain tools you need to be successful within the college setting. This one hour per week for five week opportunity will include topics such as academic goal setting, time management, study sills, and well being! Contact Lauren Talbot at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
About the center
The Center for Access and Success (CAS), oversees the University’s compliance with the legal mandates expressed in Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 for students with documented disabilities.
The Center works with faculty, staff, and students to ensure that appropriate academic adjustments are made that allow all students equity inside the classroom. Students who have documented disabilities on our campus are afforded a variety of services to accommodate their individual needs. UMass Dartmouth strives to ensure complete access to University academic programs. Simply schedule an appointment with us to discuss your unique needs.
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