This is a brief outline of the people in Haverford's administration who play important roles in the services provided to students with disabilities.
Located on the 3rd floor of Founders Hall (room 317), Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers free counseling for students.
- Director, CAPS; Rick Webb, email@example.com, 610-896-1290, fax: 610-896-2969
The Admission Office is located on the 2nd floor of Whitehead Campus Center. Prospective students should not feel they must reveal the existence of a disability during the admission process. However, should an applicant or potential student wish to do so, the information will be held in confidence by the Admission Office. If admission acceptance and matriculation follows, the information will then be forwarded to the Coordinator of Disabilities Services. See Haverford's Disabilities Policy for more information or visit the Admission Office website.
- Dean of Admission, Jess Lord, firstname.lastname@example.org, 610-896-1350, fax: 610-896-1338
Each student is assigned to a dean based on the first letter of the student's last name. Deans serve as one of a student's key advisors about any matter relating to her or his Haverford experience, academic or otherwise. The Deans' offices are located on the second floor of Chase Hall. The fax number for any Dean is 610-896-4960. Meet the Deans >
CSSP deals with all requests for flexibility regarding academic requirements, including the approval of accommodations for students with disabilities. Professors, administrators, and students compose the membership of the committee. For more information regarding CSSP and Disabilities Services, please see our policy on Disabilities at Haverford.
- Philip Bean, email@example.com, 610-896-1420
Located on campus in Morris Infirmary, the staff at Health Services deals with a wide array of the medical problems and issues that students have. If urgent, a nurse can be reached "after hours" by calling Safety & Security at 610-896-1111. When appropriate, the Coordinator of Disabilities Services will consult with the Director of Health Services to discuss the evaluation and recommendation for accommodations of a student with a disability.
- Director of Health Services, Catherine Sharbaugh, firstname.lastname@example.org, 610-896-1089, fax: 610-896-1090
First-year students are assigned housing. Upperclass students acquire housing for the academic year through the weighted lottery system known as "Room Draw". Some students with disabilities need special housing and are exempt from this process to guarantee that appropriate residential space can be secured for them. The Residential Life Office is located in Chase Hall.
- Director of Residential Life, Marianne Smith, email@example.com, 610-896-1298, fax: 610-896-4960
For more information, please contact Rick Webb, firstname.lastname@example.org.