At Dean College, we strongly believe in providing the best educational services to each of our students.

Accessibility at Dean

Dean offers learning and academic support as well as auxiliary aids and services to qualified students with disabilities through the Office of Accessibility Services. 

Our mission is to advocate for a campus environment that meets the needs of students with disabilities. The college provides its full support and a variety of accommodations to any qualified student with a documented disability, executive functioning disorder, sensory processing or nonverbal learning issues. 

Accessibility-related requests for accommodations and services are evaluated individually, based on documentation and completion of the registration process.

Students walking to class on the Dean College campus.

Registration Information

Students seeking accommodations from the Accessibility Services Office should complete a registration form.

The exterior of Woodward Hall on a sunny day.

Housing Accommodations

Students may request housing accommodations due to a disability by completing the Housing Accommodations Request form.

Interior of Dean College campus center.

Parking Accommodations

Students may request parking accommodations due to a disability.

Students enjoying the dining options in the Smith Dining Center.

Meal Plan Accommodations

Dean College is committed to the full participation of students in all aspects of college life, including dining experiences.

Dean College campus on a fall day.

Documentation Guidelines

Learn about the documentation that is necessary to validate a disability and the need for appropriate accommodations.

Students crossing the street walking to class.

Accommodation Appeals

Students may appeal decisions regarding the determination or provision of reasonable academic/housing adjustments or auxiliary aids and services.

Erin Maher

Erin Maher

Director of Accessibility Services
Address 99 Main Street, Franklin, MA 02038