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Disability Services

SIT Disability Services

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 SIT Graduate Institute is committed to creating a learning and living environment that supports students in achieving their academic potential. Differences in ability are valued as an integral component of a diverse student body and campus community. The mission of SIT Disability Services (DS) is to facilitate an accessible educational experience for students with disabilities and to serve as a resource to all members of the academic community in furthering this goal.

The policies and procedures of Disability Services help ensure that SIT Graduate Institute is in compliance with federal regulations requiring colleges and universities to provide equal access to education for students with disabilities. In addition, Disability Services strives to provide a range of support for students with disabilities as sensitively and effectively as possible. Students with learning disabilities, ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), physical disabilities, or other types of disabilities, are encouraged to contact the DS office for information and support. The programs at SIT Graduate Institute will take you on an exciting and challenging odyssey, and Disability Services is here to provide guidance and assistance as you navigate these academic waters. We wish you all the best!

Contact person:
Jane Buckingham, MA
Director, Counseling and Disability Services
SIT Graduate Institute
PO Box 676, 1 Kipling Road
Brattleboro, VT 05302

disabilityservices@sit.edu  
Phone: 802 258-3367

Types of services we provide:

  • Assistance in requesting accommodations for a disability
  • Support in implementing approved accommodation plans
  • Information and referral for evaluations, tutoring, study skills, coaching, medication management, and community resources
  • Individual or group support for ability-related concerns
  • Workshops and/or individual consultation on a variety of topics such as:
    • Time management
    • Organizational skills
    • Self-advocacy skills
    • Interpersonal skills for small group work
    • Stress management
    • Raising awareness about disability issues


More Disability Services Information:

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Phone:
802.257.7751

Admissions:
800.336.1616 (toll free in US)
802.258.3510 (outside the US)

TTY:
802.258.3388

Fax:
802.258.3428

Mailing Address:
PO Box 676, 1 Kipling Road
Brattleboro, VT 05302 USA

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