Pre-College Programs: Accessibility Services
Information for Accepted Students
Brown University offers equal educational opportunities and reasonable accommodations for qualified students with disabilities. Pre-College Programs, in conjunction with Student and Employee Accessibility Services offers a range of services and accommodations to assist students. Upon acceptance into the program, students seeking assistance with significant allergies, medical conditions, or special accommodations (asthma, mobility issues, etc.) should submit the Disability, Medical, & Dietary Request Form, and if applicable, the Dietary Concerns Form.
Along with this form, students will need to submit documentation. Please reference the guidelines for documenting a disability.
Notice of the need for accommodations must be made a minimum of two weeks prior to the start of the course. We recommend that students contact us well in advance of their arrival on campus to allow sufficient time for accommodations to be arranged. Brown also has an accessibility map that describes routes of travel, accessible parking, and the general accessibility level of all campus buildings. Many residence halls require stairs and none of them are air-conditioned. Please contact SEAS well in advance if these are areas of concern.
Once the Disability, Medical, & Dietary Request Form is received, Student and Employee Accessibility Services (SEAS) will contact the student.