About SAS

SAS works with students, faculty, staff, and the campus administration to ensure that the programs, services, and activities of Dartmouth College are accessible to, and usable by, students with disabilities. 

A Welcoming Environment

We work to promote a welcoming Dartmouth College that is increasingly inclusive of people with disabilities in all aspects of its environment and in the attitudes, behaviors and endeavors of Dartmouth’s students, staff, faculty, and community.

We value the depth of experience and character that often arises from living with a disability in our society and the richness that experience can add to a college community that respects and includes individuals’ disability experiences.

We view our relationship with individual students as a partnership in which we promote pride in the value of one’s disability-related experience, self-advocacy, and self-determination. 

Our Services

Student Accessibility Services provides direct services to undergraduate students. SAS arranges, coordinates, or facilitates appropriate academic adjustments, program modifications, and auxiliary services to support students’ curricular and co-curricular pursuits.

We serve as a resource to Dartmouth instructors, departments, faculty members, and other staff members as they strive to make their classes, programs, services, and activities accessible to students with disabilities. 

New Location

The Student Accessibility Services office and staff have moved to the Main Library complex. To make an appointment, please call (603) 646-9900.

SAS staff and physical offices are in different locations:

Carson Hall, Suite 125

  • Alicia Brandon, SAS Assistant Director, Ward Newmeyer, SAS Director, Megan Nemeroff, Auxiliary Service (including Note-Taking) Coordinator, and Hillary Gregory, SAS Office Manager
  • Case Management, First-Year Summer Enrichment, King's Scholar, and Undergraduate Deans offices

Suite 224, Baker Library

  • Larry Cusick, Adaptive Technology Specialist
  • Shannon McMahon, Adaptive Technology Assistant

The Academic Skills Center is also located in 224 Baker.

L12, Berry Library

  • Emma Steincross, Adaptive Technology Assistant