Students with disabilities who anticipate needing any support or accommodation during their Overseas or Off-Campus program are encouraged to discuss their needs with the Overseas & Off-Campus program staff early in the process of selecting a program. Students may also receive consultation about their needs from staff in the Student Support Services office. College staff will conduct an individualized assessment of each student’s needs and discuss potential plans for maximizing access to activities and programs. Potential participants should be aware that many other countries do not have accessibility standards that meet the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements developed for the United States. As a result, the College cannot ensure that all students with disabilities can be accommodated on all of our overseas programs. This is especially true of assistance animals, given the specific relationship to the Fair Housing Act and the variability of animal regulations abroad. When a student’s needs cannot be accommodated in a particular activity or program, staff will explore with the student whether potential alternative educational experiences or programs are available.