Student Accessibility Services

The staff of Student Accessibility Services (SAS) welcomes you! If you are a prospective student currently in your junior or senior year of high school, you are most likely on this webpage to learn more about SAS and to determine if the services we provide are a good fit with your learning style and support needs. Click away! The links from this page will tell you a bit about our approach to service delivery at the college level, as well as some of the ways we deliver that service.

If you are a student currently enrolled at RWU, you can link to information that will help you understand our policies and procedures. We also encourage you to utilize Tutorial Support Services for assistance in Writing, Math, Sciences, and Foreign Languages. Tutors’ schedules, hours of operation and other useful resources can be found by visiting Tutorial Support Services.

And always remember that you are welcome to come to the SAS office directly (on the first floor of the Main Library) and an SAS staff member will be there to guide you.

No matter where you are on your high school or college path, we salute your decision to learn about SAS and how our services can help you on your academic journey. We hope these pages will answer your questions, and if you wish to contact us, you can find our names, e-mail addresses, and phone numbers under the “Contact Us” link to the left.


Meet Carli

A Secondary Education/English Literature major, Carli is a student who receives services in SAS and works as an SAS office assistant. Read her important message to all students here.

Documentation Requirements

Learn what documentation is required to establish a student’s eligibility to receive academic accommodations under Section 504 and the ADA.


Procedural Guidelines

Become familiar with SAS procedures that are used in the delivery of academic accommodations such as extended time for testing, note-taking assistance, and alternate texts.