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Disability Support Services

Alert: The College will not be providing in-person services until April 7th. For COVID-19 updates from the College, please visit the Coronavirus website.

For remote support and learning resources, please visit -
https://www.middlesex.mass.edu/deanofstudents/remoteres.aspx


The Disability Support Services offices are offering remote services at this time. The following options will be available to access Disability Services at the college. 

Phone Phone

Current students may leave a voicemail with Disability Support at 781-280-3630. Staff will respond to all messages by email or phone. Students will be prompted to speak clearly, leaving their name, A#, and question in their message.

email Email

 

Current students, utilizing their MCC Email account, may leave a message with Disability Services at disabilityservices@middlesex.mass.edu    Messages will be assigned to a member of staff who will respond to their question(s) via email or phone.

monitor   WebEx / Blackboard Collaborate:


Current students can connect with disability staff via WebEx or Blackboard Collaborate. These online tools allow for chat, voice, video, and screen share. Private breakout rooms will be utilized to provide individual appointments.

Students should be logged into MyMCC and utilize camera and microphone on their device. If you do not have a camera or microphone, you will be prompted to dial in to the meeting on your phone.

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Welcome to Disability Support Services

The collegiate experience at Middlesex, on the campus and in the classroom, is open to students of varying abilities and levels of adaptive skills. Supportive faculty and staff as well as fellow students encourage all students to participate in extracurricular and class activities. The DSS office provides services and resources to empower each student to attain his/her highest level of academic success and learning independence.

Find out what some current and former students registered with Disability Support Services have to say in these student testimonials.

Preparing to Request Services

For information on what to expect when you request accommodations and support in college, watch the video from North Carolina State University - Transitioning to College with a Disability.

Next steps? Review our Student Information and Apply to DSS.

Email and Office Locations

Email us at disabilityservices@middlesex.mass.edu.

On our Bedford campus:

  • Visit us in the Enrollment Center Building, 2nd Floor.
  • Call us at 781-280-3630

On our Lowell campus:

  • Visit us in the Cowan Center Building, 3rd Floor, Room 314.
  • Call us at 978-656-3258
Last Modified: 3/26/20