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Housing

Submit a medical request or review policies around medical priorities in housing.

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Transportation & Mobility

Learn more about our mobility shuttle and ways to get around campus, including long-term transport scheduling. 

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Academic Accommodations

Springfield College is able to provide academic accommodations to students with varying documented disabilities.

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Dining & Catering

For dining accommodations and nutritional information, we are here to help you.

Initiate an Out-of-Classroom Accommodation Request:

Accommodation Request Form

Initiate access and accommodation requests for out-of-classroom services by utilizing this form including accommodations related to dining and catering, housing, or campus activities. Upon completing this form, the Director of Non-discrimination Initiatives will confirm receipt and follow-up with you, with requests for additional information if necessary. Intake may also be completed in-person by making an appointment with the Director of Non-discrimination Initiatives. 

Director of Non-discrimination Initiatives: Mary F. Simeoli, Esq. 

Email: msimeoli@springfield.edu or access@springfield.edu

Phone: (413) 748-3248

Office: Flynn Campus Union, room 228

Have a concern? Let us know!

Alert the College to accessibility or accommodation concerns relative to any physical or programmatic barrier at the College. Concerns communicated to the College utilizing this form will be reviewed by the Office of Non-discrimination Initiatives. The Office of Non-discrimination Initiatives will confirm receipt and follow up for additional information gathering if necessary. By alerting the College of accessibility concerns, you are supporting the College as it strives to ensure physical and electronic access for persons with disabilities.

File a report 

The Springfield College 504 Grievance Procedure details the College’s procedures and practices in ensuring that students and employees are protected against unlawful acts of discrimination.

Springfield College, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability against students and employees. Read more in the Springfield College Notice of Non-Discrimination.