Contact Information

Office of Disability Services

William H. Moesch
2 Convent Road
Mahoney Library
Second Floor
Morristown, NJ 07960-6989

Phone: 973-290-4261
Fax: 973-290-4244
wmoesch@cse.edu

Office Hours:
M, W, Th 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Disability Services

The Office of Disability Services coordinates accommodations and services for students with disabilities such as the following:

There is collaboration with the academic departments as well as other departments in the Division of Student Life. To receive accommodations on campus, whether they are academic or housing, students must identify themselves to the Office of Disability Services and provide appropriate documentation of their disability. Documentation requirements for each disability are available on this web site.

Eligibility for Disability Services at the College of Saint Elizabeth is dependent upon the nature of the disability and its impact on learning. A person might meet eligibility requirements of vocational rehabilitation, disabled veterans or any other rehabilitation agency; however, she/he may not meet eligibility at the College of Saint Elizabeth.

One of the reasons that the College has developed these guidelines is to ensure consistency throughout the institution. These guidelines are consistent with those used by agencies administering standardized assessments and meet the "substantial limitation" standard required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA, ADAA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. The ultimate decision for eligibility on campus is a judgment that must be made by the Coordinator of Disability Services based upon the guidelines developed for each type of disability.

To self-identify for services, complete the self-identification form along with the appropriate documentation to the Office of Disability Services, at which time you will be contacted by the Office of Disability Services for an intake appointment.

Services Offered

  • Development of accommodation plans
  • Assistance with self advocacy
  • Professional development for professors and other staff regarding individual student's disabilities
  • Coordination of tutoring
  • Proctoring extended time and alternate site exams and quizzes
  • Articulation with other departments on campus to advocate for students
  • Assistance with adaptive technology, physical access, and service animals
  • Student support groups
  • Student workshops and strategy training
  • Individual assistance with organizational skills and course work management