Overview of SAS

Student Accessibility Services (SAS)

The Office of Student Accessibility Services
(formerly the Office of Disability Services)
is located on the second floor of the College Square building, the same building that houses the Student Wellness Center.

When you visit us, please bring your F&M ID Card so that you can access the second floor.

About our Office

Disability Accessibility Statement

Give to SAS

Please designate SAS in your Special Gift Instructions. We thank you for your generous support that allows us to bring valuable services to our students.

 

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F&M has excellent Academic Resource Programs available to all students at
no additional cost. 

These include:

  • Peer Academic Coaching
  • Learning Specialist Coaching
  • Specialized Writing Support
​Read more about all of the peer support programs available to F&M students.

Contact Information

Mailing Address:

Office of Student Accessibility Services
College Square Building, 2nd floor 
931 Harrisburg Avenue
Lancaster, PA  17604-3003

 

To schedule an appointment, please contact:

Kelly McAllister, M.A.
Coordinator for the Office of Student Accessibility Services
717-358-3989
kmcallis@fandm.edu

Questions?

Telephone: 717-358-3989
Fax: 717-358-4420
Email: kmcallis@fandm.edu

 

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Our Location

931 Harrisburg Avenue  

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Student Assistance Info

New to SAS? Please use this link to register.

                                                       

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