Dear Students and Faculty:

Please know Moses is still available to you for any questions you may have regarding the transition of academic accommodations to an on-line environment.  We will continue to be available via email, phone, and Zoom.


Have questions before you submit an application?
Remote drop-in meetings with an Accessibility Specialist are available Monday through Friday from 1:00-2:00 pm EST (excluding University holidays when the University is closed). To request a remote meeting email and an Accessibility Specialist will reach out to you with a Zoom link.

If you are already working with the Moses Center, then please be in touch with your Accessibility Specialist with any questions or concerns related to the provision of our services.


If you are teaching classes via any platform other than Zoom, and you have received an accommodation letter from the Moses Center, then please be in touch with us:

Announcements and Resources

Moses staff will still be reviewing requests for academic and housing accommodations.


The Moses Center is available to assist with accommodated exams requiring either in-person or remote proctoring.  Exam modality will be determined by individual professors and may change over the course of the semester. Please email with any questions or concerns.