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About Our Services

 

Our office is here to assist you with all of your accommodations related to academic success.

However, you also need to seek assistance in a reasonable and timely manner, and be able to function in as independent a manner as possible. You are expected to follow appropriate health regimens, and secure appropriate medical and therapeutic assistance from qualified practitioners at Hunter College or in your area. You will also need to arrange any additional support services (eg., transportation, individual monitoring of needs, financial assistance, or personal care) that Hunter College does not provide.


Our Services (Please click links for more information):

  • Access & Technology Center
  • Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services
  • LEADS Counseling
  • Note-taking Services (pdf)
  • Reader Services (pdf)
  • Events and Workshops
  • Testing Accommodations Form (pdf)Please note that during the summer/winter sessions and spring break, the testing hours will be 9AM-5PM. Additionally, during summer session the college is closed on Fridays.
  • Transitional Services
  • Lockers for students with mobility issues (please contact our main office)
  • Priority Registration (please contact our main office)
  • The Access & Technology Center, located in Room 300 North Building, serves as a place for students to network, socialize, attend specialized workshops, club meetings and take exams. The Access & Technology Center offers adaptive technology and individualized computer training for students with disabilities. The adaptive technology is especially helpful to students who have learning disabilities, visual and hearing impairments.

  • The Office of AccessABILITY serves as a Voter Registration Site. We provide forms in the main office (E1214B). Counselors in Office of AccessABILITY will provide voter registration forms to studentsat the time of their registration with the office.The office and its center will provide assistance with completion of forms on a walk-in basis and at all times.  Posters announcing this service is also placed at various places around campus. Registration forms, instructions and deadlines can also be obtained on line on the New York City Board of Elections website - www.vote.nyc.ny.us/

  • New Students with disabilities at the Silberman School of Social Work may contact the Office of Student Services for general information and referral to the Office of AccessABILITY at Hunter College. Continuing Students with disabilities may contact the Office of Student Services for assistance with implementation of accommodations (as per AccessABILITY recommendations). The Office of Student Services is located on the third floor of Silberman in Rooms 304 & 306 and may be reached at (212) 396-750.

  • The Section 504 Coordinator at Hunter College, Professor Bonnie Keilty, is responsible for enforcement of the provisions of Section 504. She may be contacted in 929 Hunter West, (212) 772-4709.  Students may obtain the necessary form, which contains instructions for filing, from the Office of Student Services in Room 1119 Hunter East. 

  • Office of AccessABILITY works closely with Advising, Counseling and Wellness Services offices.

For additional information, please call us at (212) 772-4857, email accessability@hunter.cuny.edu or visit our office in 1214B, East building.

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