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Academic Support

Services and Accommodations

Students with disabilities are entitled to services and accommodations that provide access to the College's academic, residential and program offerings. Accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis through documentation review and an interactive interview process.  

What is an accommodation?

An accommodation is a legally mandated service that provides a student with a disability access to their educational program at Moravian. Accommodations may be thought of as adjustments or modifications in how things are normally done and are often grouped into categories including:

  • Changes to a classroom environment 
  • Removal or adaptation of architectural barriers
  • Modifications to policies, practices, or procedures
  • Provision of auxiliary aids and services 
  • Other adaptations or modifications that enable a student to access the benefits and privileges of the college’s programs, services, and activities.

It is important to note that accommodations do not lower academic standards or compromise the integrity of academic programs; academic, conduct and technical standards must always be maintained. Accommodations are in place to ensure a student has equal access to Moravian’s offerings, not to provide an advantage.

Reasonable accommodations are provided at no cost for eligible students.

In order to receive academic, residential, program and other accommodations, please follow the disability disclosure process and documentation guidelines. For additional information, or if you require any information in an alternative format, please contact us by clicking here.