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Accessibility Resources Center

Coronavirus/COVID-19 Pandemic: Service Update


The Accessibility Resources Center will be in-person and remote (on Zoom) for 2022.

Please use your MassBay email. It is the college’s primary mode of communication.

Summer 2022 Services Update:

All services are currently available both in person and remotely Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm through June 3rd.

From June 6th-August 12th

Monday — Remote services 9am-5pm

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday — In person services on the Wellesley campus and remote services 9am-5pm.

Friday — Remote services from 9am-12pm

Wellesley Campus | Room 216

Phone: 781-239-2234




Contact Us/Staff (click to read more)

Our Staff / Contact Us


Phoebe Bustamante, Director of Accessibility Resources

Ellen DiMarzo, Assistive Technology Accessibility Specialist

Kelly Corrigan, Executive Function Coach

Whitney Bowler, Accessibility Specialist

Mindy Elias, Accessibility Specialist

Thomas Sheehan, Accessibility Specialist

Coaching Services (click to read more)

We offer coaching services to students who are registered with our office. We offer executive function coaching through our office as well as through a partnership with the Easterseals College Navigator program. If you’re interested in coaching services, please contact Phoebe Bustamante:


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The Accessibility Resources Center works closely with the administration, faculty, and students to identify and remove any physical, programmatic, or attitudinal barriers that might discourage, frustrate or deny the full participation and integration of students with disabilities in the College’s complete range of programs, activities, and courses of study.

MassBay provides equal access for each student who self-discloses a disability and requests accommodations through the Accessibility Resources Center for learning, testing, and other areas of need. Students can:

  • Make an appointment with an accessibility specialist;
  • Provide appropriate documentation of the disability; and
  • Request accommodations that will facilitate academic success

Accessibility specialists collaborate with faculty, providing guidance to students in the areas of:

  • Universally Accessible Classrooms;
  • Self-advocacy;
  • Applying learning strategies for academic success;
  • Advising during course enrollment; and
  • Finding mentoring and support opportunities.

Transitional Scholars Program

Transitional Scholars Program Information Page