Legal and Administrative Statements:

SHU Office of Student Accessibility: Information Statement

The Office of Student Accessibility provides instructional accommodations and services for students with disabilities in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. To learn how to request assistance visit: OSA.

Disability Services:

Sacred Heart University provides equal educational opportunities for all students regardless of disability status. Students requesting accommodations should contact the Office of Student Accessibility. Students must be registered with the Office of Student Accessibility and submit appropriate documentation to be granted accommodations. For further information about requesting accommodations, please contact Kathy Radziunas, Director of the Office of Student Accessibility,, or Laurie Scinicariello, Assistant Director of the Office of Student Accessibility,

If you have any condition that will make it difficult for you to carry out your work as outlined by your instructor, or which may require academic accommodations, please notify your instructor as soon as possible. Students are responsible for utilizing academic support resources and for requesting and arranging accommodations in advance in order to implement them in their courses. Students are also expected to discuss their accommodations with their instructors. All information shared with instructors will be kept confidential.

Statement on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:

Sacred Heart affirms and strives to make available for every student a learning environment that is welcoming, equitable, and culturally sensitive and is supported by a curriculum that celebrates diverse voices, fosters agency, and encourages the capacity for self-advocacy. To read more, visit the You Belong at SHU web page. If you feel that you have been mistreated, you may wish to contact the SHU Bias Response Team. If you are experiencing challenges relating to access to food, housing, technology, or other resources that might affect your performance in this course, you are urged to contact the Dean of Students, Larry Wielk.