The mission of Holy Family University’s Office of Disability Services is to adhere to a commitment for equitable access and opportunity for all, and to establish a well-informed environment of inclusion, propelled by the upholding of our University’s core values of Integrity and Respect.
The Office of Disability Services at Holy Family University provides housing, dietary and/or academic accommodations to otherwise qualified individuals with documented disabilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
Please note that students must schedule an information session with us before applying for services. To do this, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know that you are interested and Associate Director Keely Milbourne (she/her pronouns) will follow up shortly. The prospective or current student should send this email; Its content will be secure and private.
We want you to have a positive experience while you are at Holy Family University. In case you have a concern regarding services, we encourage you to communicate with the Associate Director of Disability Services to resolve the situation. If you would like to appeal a decision or have a grievance please follow the grievance procedures policy for Non-Academic Disputes, located in the Holy Family Student Handbook that is available online.
A disability could be a mental or physical condition that has a major impact on an individual's life and functioning on a regular basis.
This could be caused by ADHD, Anxiety, Autism, Dyslexia, PTSD, Concussion, Hearing Impairment, Cystic Fibrosis, Physical Injury, Cerebral Palsy, Visual Impairment, or Learning Disability.
Your disability must be documented by a health provider in order to receive services.
- Required Syllabus Statement
- Faculty & Staff Guidance for Accessibility and Accommodation-Fulfillment
- Tips for Teaching an Accessible Online Course
- Campus Center Testing Room Reservation Request Form
Meet Our Staff
Keely Milbourne, Associate Director of Disability Services, has worked in higher education and disability services for eight years. She comes from Delaware Technical Community College, where she served as Assistant to the ADA Disabilities Services Counselor and oversaw the fulfillment of student accommodations and accessibility.