The Harvard University Division of Continuing Education is committed to creating an accessible community for all HILR members. The Accessibility Services office works to ensure that members with temporary or permanent disabilities have the opportunity to participate in, contribute to, and benefit from all facets of the HILR program.
Assistive Listening Devices
If you are having difficulty hearing during your study group, you may require the use of an assisted listening device (ALD). ALDs can be used with or without a hearing aid. If you need an ALD, you can check one out from the computer room (107) and check it back in before you leave for the day.
The DCE Accessibility Services office may be able to arrange for van service to and from the Everett Street parking garage or from a designated stop in Harvard Square if you are unable to walk that distance. You’ll need to submit a request for accommodation to the Accessibility Services Coordinator, along with medical documentation. You can request a form from HILR’s Administrative Manger, Steven Leon, or retrieve one from the "Accessibility and Student Services” page on the Harvard Extension School website: http://www.extension.harvard.edu/resources-policies/resources/accessibility-student-services. Members may also contact the Accessibility Services Office directly:
Accessibility Services Coordinator