The School of Professional Studies advances Brown University’s commitment to executive education and its mission to develop reflective leaders, to create change in the world, and to improve human welfare.
SEAS (Student and Employee Accessibility Services) at Brown University assists the School of Professional Studies with providing accommodations to School of Professional Studies students.
If you do not have a disability or medical condition and so do not need any accommodations please do not complete this process and there is nothing related to this for you to do.
If you will be participating in an Executive Masters program and may need disability related accommodations please download and complete the "DASRF" PDF form and email it to [email protected]. Please be sure that this form is completed entirely and contains all of the necessary information.
Available and relevant documentation can also be sent with the form. SEAS will review materials and reply the status of the request and whether additional documentation is required.
Please provide registration and documentation materials no later than two weeks prior to your program start so that we have time to review and process your request. Requests made on short notice may result in supports not being immediately available.
SEAS can assist Executive Masters students with conditions including: ADHD, Learning Disability, allergies, mobility, hearing, vision, medical concerns and more.
Accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis based on documentation. This means that SEAS needs to understand the functional impact of your condition on you as a student so that we can determine what accommodations or supports may be applicable to you.
Common accommodations include, for example:
- Extended time on exams
- Dining accommodations such as gluten-free or special meals on-campus
- Housing such as single room, carpet free on-campus
- Assistive technology: text reading software
- Alternate format materials: large print, text file…
- On-campus shuttle
- More available as applicable to the student condition.
If you have any questions on how to reach out to register for disability related accommodations please email [email protected] and one of our staff can follow up with you.