Disability Services leads the Meredith community in our commitment to recognize disability as a valued aspect of diversity, to embrace access as a matter of social justice, and to design more welcoming and inclusive environments. Disability Services encourages the development of independence and self-advocacy skills while supporting the learning experience by providing students and the College with resources, education, and direct services.

Attention incoming students for Fall 2024:

Remember to complete the New Student Checklist

Johnson Hall

Resources and information for new and incoming students

fire pit near residence halls

Resources for current studentsupdating accommodations each semester, developing academic success strategies, and more

Resources for faculty and staff

Heck Fountain

Resources for parents and families of current and incoming Meredith students

Assistive Techology

Assistive Technology (AT) is a generic term that describes tools used by people to accomplish tasks that they may not otherwise be able to do. Disability Services uses AT to promote independence and employs a variety of options based on individual needs.

Learn more about what is offered and how to use these technologies through Disability Services.

Student Holding phone for Assistive Technology
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