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Office of Disability Support Services

Access to DSS Services During Fall 2020:

  • Our hours of operation remain Monday-Friday from 8:45 a.m.-4:45 p.m.
  • Student appointments will continue on a virtual basis. 
  • If you need to come to the office for any reason, please call ahead so we can ensure proper physical distancing.
  • The best way to contact DSS is via email or phone.

DSS South Orange: dss@shu.edu or 973-313-6003 

DSS IHS: dss.ihs@shu.edu (general inquiries) or 973-313-6003

DSS Updates & Coronavirus Resources: Click here to view special conditions to our services during and other important updates during the coronavirus crisis.

Parent Orientation

We know you have many questions about what to expect so to assist in that process, we are excited to invite you to our virtual Parent Orientation on June 16 and June 23Please join us live to learn about a variety of student services including housing, student health, community safety, counseling, career planning, and more. For more information on Parent Orientation please visit »

New Students, Start Here

Welcome to Disability Support Services (DSS). The first step in getting started with us is to complete your self identification form and become familiar with our services. More »

Current Students

Staying connected this semester can help you develop more effective study, reading, writing, and time management strategies. Contact us for an appointment today. More »

Documentation Criteria

Students, parents and caregivers are encouraged to review the documentation guidelines and verification forms necessary for registration with DSS. View guidelines and forms »

Faculty Resources

Learn more about creating an inclusive learning environment and implement accommodations for students registered with Disability Support Services. More »

Parents

As a parent, it is your role to encourage your student to take ownership over his or her academic experience. We're here to help you make this transition. More »

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