NYU students with documented disabilities who are already registered with the Moses Center and are considering studying away at an NYU global site are strongly encouraged to work with their Moses Center Disability Specialist when researching prospective sites.
Registered Moses Center students who have been enrolled in a global program and are requesting their accommodations while studying away must notify the Moses Center. Students should be in touch with their disability specialist or firstname.lastname@example.org. Students are encouraged to let the Moses Center know they are studying away as soon as possible, preferably at least four to six weeks before departure. The Moses Center will then send a verification letter to the student’s global site. The student will then be instructed to discuss the implementation of their accommodations with the Moses Center liaison at their global site.
Students with documented disabilities are strongly encouraged to contact the Moses Center when researching prospective NYU global sites.
Students accepted to NYU global academic centers and study away programs who are not currently registered with the Moses Center and who are requesting accommodations must first register with the Moses Center for Students with Disabilities. Please refer to Reasonable Accommodations and How to Register and the Moses Center Documentation Guidelines for information. Please contact the Moses Center with any questions or concerns about the registration process.