Dartmouth students who are registered with Student Accessibility Services are typically eligible for accommodations in their domestic and international off-campus programs. Accommodations may differ slightly from those a student is accustomed to in their standard Dartmouth courses, however, based on the specific program requirements and/or the location of the program.
For example, a program may include an internship where extended time on tests would not translate to additional time on work assignments. It is also noteworthy that international institutions are not governed by the ADA and Section 504.
Incoming disabled exchange students to Dartmouth are also typically eligible for accommodations while they are at Dartmouth, though these accommodations may be slightly different from what they are accustomed to at their home institution. Please see the "Incoming (non-Dartmouth) Exchange Students" section below for more information.