Franklin and Marshall College does not discriminate on the basis of disability or any other protected class in its programs, activities, or employment practices. The College is committed to providing effective communication and ensuring that qualified individuals with disabilities receive equal access to its programs and activities.
Auxiliary Aids and Services
Students, applicants, and others who require auxiliary aids and services to participate in College programs and activities should follow the College’s procedures for requesting reasonable accommodations, which are available for students, employees, and visitors or other third parties. Depending upon the nature of the request, the College may need sufficient notice to provide a reasonable accommodation.
Reasonable accommodations are provided at no cost to qualified individuals with disabilities unless the provision of reasonable accommodations would constitute a fundamental alteration of the College’s programs and activities.
Our website has been designed with accessibility in mind and incorporates many accessible features. In the event that a user with a disability experiences accessibility issues with our website or other online content, please notify us by sending an email to Alison Hobbs, Psy.D., Student Accessibility Services Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling her at 717-358-5988. Alternatively, you may contact Human Resources, by calling 717-358-3995. In your communication with us, please specify the nature of the accessibility issue, including the web address that may have presented an accessibility challenge.
The College’s website contains links to web pages hosted by third parties. The College does not make representations with regard to the accessibility of third-party websites and is not able to remediate accessibility barriers on such websites.
The College is always working to provide an accessible online experience. If you have an idea or question about accessibility support services at the College, please contact us by emailing Alison Hobbs, Psy.D., Student Accessibility Services Coordinator, at email@example.com