Students with disabilities are welcome to contact our office any time: during your college search, after being admitted to FIT, after you've registered for classes, or even later in your college career.
The Office of Disability Support Services (FIT-ABLE) is not involved in the admissions decision process. There is no separate application and no application fee to work with our office. All communication is strictly confidential. Registering with our office is not mandatory; you only need to register if you wish to have accommodations in your classes and on campus.
Please review the pages on our site to learn how to register for services, what kind of documentation you'll need, the difference between high school and college accommodations, and more. We work with each student individually, determining accommodations for each course each semester.
FIT is committed to providing an equal opportunity for all students to learn in an atmosphere free of discrimination, and we uphold our obligations under Titles II and III, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and Section 5o4, The Rehabilitation Act of 1973, subpart e.
Our goal is to help students with disabilities become empowered learners, obtaining
their reasonable accommodations to study, to participate, and to learn how to manage
these beyond FIT.