Ensuring Your Needs Are Met
The Office of Student Accessibility Services (SAS) works with students with disabilities to determine reasonable accommodations and ensure that they have equal access to all aspects of their education.
In accordance with equal education opportunity laws, F&M arranges to provide appropriate accommodations for students whose disabilities limit their participation in academic programs for which they are qualified.
Every admitted student will have the opportunity to register with SAS. Any information provided to SAS is considered confidential. Appropriate accommodations for students with disabilities are determined on an individual basis utilizing the required documentation of the disability.
We ask that you notify the Office of Student Accessibility Services at F&M if you require reasonable accommodations while on campus. Please note that F&M does not have a special program for students with disabilities. For example, there are no special classes or tutors for students with learning disabilities or ADHD. The academic support programs are the same for all students.
F&M also arranges to provide appropriate accommodations in dining, housing, language studies, emotional support animals, and service dogs.
Accessible Campus Map
View a map of accessible locations on campus including elevator access, ramp entrances, all-gender restrooms, and more.
New Student Intake Form
Are you a new F&M student in need of accommodations? Please fill out this intake form and we'll be in touch.
Take on each semester with confidence. With the help of F&M’s dedicated academic support
resources, we’re committed to ensuring all students on campus have equitable access
to the support they need to enhance their academic skill set and success.
Academic Support Services at F&M
Take on each semester with confidence. With the help of F&M’s dedicated academic support resources, we’re committed to ensuring all students on campus have equitable access to the support they need to enhance their academic skill set and success.Learn more about academic support services »