The University of Saint Francis provides free, coordinated services for students with disabilities. These services are managed by Geneva Burgess, Coordinator of Student Accessibility Services, and are part of the Student Success and Academic Advising Center.
If you are a student in need of disability services (or want more information), contact Geneva Burgess, Coordinator of Student Accessibility Services, at 260-399-8065 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She will guide you through the registration and verification process.
Accommodations are provided on a case-by-case basis to provide access to academic programs. There is no cost for these services.
The start of college presents challenges for all students. The following links address the unique issues students with disabilities encounter when transitioning to university life.
In the university setting, the first step to academic success is access. USF provides services to students with documented and disclosed disabilities, with the goal of ensuring equal access to the academic programs offered by the University. From the support and assistance provided by Student Accessibility Services, you will have the opportunity to move forward and achieve academic success.