Syllabus Statement

Faculty are invited to include the following statement in their course outlines, as a means for ensuring that students (particularly new ones) are aware of the process for self-identification and accommodation. There is no obligation on the part of instructors to accommodate students who have not registered with Student Accessibility Services (SAS), nor can accommodations be provided retroactively if students have not identified themselves to SAS.

"Students with disabilities who require academic accommodations in this course must contact an Advisor in Student Accessibility Services (SAS) to complete SAS Registration and receive the necessary Letters of Accommodation.

After registering with Student Accessibility Services, you must present your Letter of Accommodation and discuss your needs with me as early in the term as possible.

Please note that deadlines for the submission of documentation and completed forms to Student Accessibility Services are available on their website: