Disability is an aspect of diversity  that is integral to society and to the Lafayette College campus community.  The mission of Accessibility Services at Lafayette is to collaborate with students, faculty, and staff to create an environment that is equitable and inclusive to all students in the college community.

Accessibility Services is the only designated office at the college where students can voluntarily disclose their disability (or disabilities), submit documentation, and request accommodations.

Accessibility Services Coordinator provides support services and accommodations to students with all types of disabilities.  Lafayette College appreciates that all students are unique; therefore, all students who register with Lafayette College’s Accessibility Services receive accommodations through a case-by-case basis.

All documentation should be forwarded to the Accessibility Services Office, in Scott Hall 300.  Documentation can be emailed to ATTIC@Lafayette.edu, faxed to (610) 330-3065, or dropped off at the front desk in the ATTIC (3rd Floor, Scott Hall).

Summary of Services Offered:

  • Accommodations for reasonable dining, housing, and academic needs
  • Assistive Technology
  • Coordination with campus departments and faculty/staff to ensure accessibility