Campus Accessibility and Inclusion
Mount Holyoke College strives to provide access to education, employment, services, programs, and activities to all persons, regardless of physical or mental disabilities. As such, members of the College community work together in the effort to create solutions to any barriers that may exist for an individual with a disability.
Requesting Event Accommodations, Access, and Relocation
To inquire about accessible features of a venue or to request accommodations, contact the host or office of the program, activity, or service. Contact the Section 504 Coordinator at email@example.com in instances where the host or office contact is unknown or unresponsive.
Even with conscientious planning, there may be instances when a program, activity, or service is located in a facility that does not provide access for participants with disabilities. In such cases, the college will make reasonable efforts to relocate the event.
Requests should come in at least two weeks in advance (whenever possible) so there is sufficient time to provide accommodations or relocate an event.
Students with disabilities may also seek relocation of academic classes, residence hall assignment, or other College sponsored event or activity as an approved accommodation. Students should contact AccessAbility Services to seek relocation as an accommodation. Again, requesters should provide sufficient time to provide the necessary accommodation(s) for participation or relocation.
Employees with disabilities seeking relocation as a work related accommodation should contact the Director of Human Resources at 413-538-2503.
Visitors with disabilities inquiring about the equal opportunity and access to participate in an event, activity, or service should contact the host or office of the program, activity, or service. Contact the Section 504 Coordinator in instances where the host or office contact is unknown or unresponsive.
Should there be any questions or concerns regarding implementation of the relocation policy, please contact the College's Section 504 Coordinator.