About SAS

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Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is the office at Yale responsible for responding, approving, and facilitating accommodations for students with disabilities. SAS works with all Yale students with disabilities, including those in Yale College, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and all Professional Schools. SAS strives to create equal access in education to all students across the Yale community using accommodations that are appropriate and equitable. In doing so, SAS meets individually with students to discuss their specific disability and potential accommodations to remove disability-related barriers to their academic settings.

In line with our Mission, Vision, and Values, SAS collaborates with offices and resources across the Yale community to pursue equitable access to education and student life for students with disabilities, and foster a campus environment of belonging, inclusion and respect. This collaboration may include consultation with relevant faculty for course by course accommodations or departmental administration. Reminder, SAS does not share any specific disability information with others outside of implementation of accommodations and guidance for feasible support options.

To learn about accessibility at Yale, please head to the Accessibility Resources at Yale site. If you experience an accessibility issue in our community, please complete a Report a Disability-Related Barrier Form and the appropriate office will respond.

If you are a faculty or staff member interested in workplace accommodations, please refer to the Office of Institutional Equity and Accessibility for more information.