Steps Involved
in Requesting 
Accommodations at F&M

1. Complete and submit your SAS Intake Form. It is helpful if incoming first-year students complete this step by the end of May

2. Submit appropriate documentation of your disability, which can be uploaded through your SAS Accommodate student portal. New students need to submit this documentation by the end of June to guarantee that accommodations will be in place by the start of the fall semester. For more specific information, refer to Documentation Guidelines. Please be aware that housing and dining accommodations have forms for medical or therapeutic professionals to complete and submit to our office.

Documentation may be submitted via:

Fax: 717-358-4420
Email: sas@fandm.edu
Mail:    Office of Student Accessibility Services
                Franklin & Marshall College
                P.O. Box 3003
                Lancaster, PA  17604-3003

3. Dr. Alison Hobbs will review your documentation to determine eligibility for accommodations. It is possible that additional documentation or consultation with your medical or therapeutic provider may be necessary, so please allow ample time for the determination of accommodations. You will then be requested to schedule a brief meeting with Dr. Hobbs to talk about your disability-related needs and determine appropriate reasonable accommodations for you while at F&M.

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