Non-Academic accommodations may include student housing and campus accessibility needs.

Eligibility for a housing accommodation includes full-time, undergraduate students who wish to live in College housing, are in good judicial and financial standing with the College, have submitted the Residence Life housing lease and deposit by the noted deadline, are currently registered or in the process of registering with Student Accessibility and Accommodations (SAA), and have needs that may medically necessitate a housing accommodation. Examples include:

  • Students who have mobility needs that cannot be met in a traditional room.
  • Students who have medical needs that involve extensive apparatus or medicine regimens that may not be conducive in a traditional room.

Steps to Pursue Housing Accommodations, including Emotional Support Animals (ESAs)

Dietary Needs, only: Students with specific dietary needs should contact Robin Fortado, General Manager of Bon Appetit at Emmanuel College, at robin.fortado [at] cafebonappetit.com (robin[dot]fortado[at]cafebonappetit[dot]com), for further information on individual offerings that can be arranged on a case-by-case basis.

If you are student with dietary needs substantiated by supporting documentation seeking formal dietary accommodations, please follow the below steps.

Step 1: Submit Dietary Accommodation Paperwork

  1. Download Forms: Access the dietary accommodation forms from the links provided. Complete the Student Request for Dietary Accommodations form. Have your healthcare provider complete the Provider Request for Dietary Accommodations form.
  2. Submit Forms: Return both completed forms to Student Accessibility and Accommodations via fax at 617-975-9322 or email to accommodations [at] emmanuel.edu (accommodations[at]emmanuel[dot]edu).  

Step 2: Schedule a Meeting with Dining Services

  1. Contact Dining Services: Email Robin Fortado, General Manager of Bon Appetit at Emmanuel College, at robin.fortado [at] bonappetit.com (robin[dot]fortado[at]bonappetit[dot]com) to arrange a meeting to discuss your dietary needs.
  2. Meeting Discussion: Use this meeting to go over your dietary restrictions, examine dining options, address any concerns, and understand how dining services can accommodate your needs.

Step 3: Follow-Up

  1. Maintain Communication: Stay in touch with both Student Accessibility and Accommodations and Dining Services. Contact both offices for any questions, to navigate dining options, or to update your dietary needs.

SAA Contact Information

Student Accessibility and Accommodations (SAA)
Email: accommodations [at] emmanuel.edu (accommodations[at]emmanuel[dot]edu)
Fax: 617-975-9322
 
Noelle Deady, Associate Director
gallin [at] emmanuel.edu (gallin[at]emmanuel[dot]edu)
Phone: 617-732-1681
 
Caroline Talton, Accommodations Coordinator
taltonc [at] emmanuel.edu (taltonc[at]emmanuel[dot]edu)
Phone: 617-735-9923
 
Student Accessibility and Accommodations (located within the Academic Resource Center)
Cardinal Cushing Library, G06 (Ground Level), 400 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02115