Disability & Accessibility Resources

What kind of appointment would you like to make?

Reed students

Reed students: Intake meeting (in-person)

For students new to DAR at Reed who are requesting disability-related accommodations for academics, housing, PE, or other programs. Intake meetings take place in-person at the Dorothy Johansen House (the DoJo).

(1 hour)

Reed students: Check-in with DAR (in-person)

An opportunity for students who have already been approved for disability accommodations at Reed to request changes or further discuss their accommodation or accessibility needs. Check-in meetings take place in person at the Dorothy Johansen House (the DoJo) unless alternate arrangements are made with DAR in advance.

(30 minutes)

Reed students: Academic coaching

For students interested in further developing their time management, organization, or study skills.

(1 hour)

Reed students: Notetaking or alt text consultation (WITH JESS ONLY)

For students who would like an overview of notetaking technologies or alternative format texts. APPOINTMENT MUST BE BOOKED WITH JESS GIBSON.

(30 minutes)

Faculty/staff consultation

Faculty/staff consultation:

For Reed faculty, instructors, or staff who would like to consult with DAR staff around accommodations in their classroom or program, or other DAR matters. Consultations can take place over the phone or in-person.

(30 minutes)

Family members, prospective students, and healthcare providers

Family members, prospective students, and healthcare providers:

For family members, prospective students, or health care providers who have general questions about disability support services for students at Reed. NOTE: This meeting is not a substitute for a student’s DAR intake meeting.

(30 minutes)