Accessibility and Academic Support

The Fletcher School at Tufts welcomes students of all abilities, including those with disabilities. Students who have a diagnosed disability (physical, sensory, learning, mental health, chronic health or other type of disability) are encouraged to contact Student Accessibility Services (SAS). SAS will work with students individually to determine what accommodations they need in order to have full access to Fletcher and their program of study.

Contact Mary Ellen Vigeant for accessibility or academic resource needs.

Report a Physical or Online Barrier

Additional Resources

Please find a list of documentation below that covers test-taking strategies and tips to mitigate test anxiety, a list of self-care resources, and a list of quiet study spaces on campus. To assist with time management and schedule planning, please find two calendar templates for use. If you have any further questions in regards to academic resources, please contact

Student Accessibility Services

Academic Resource Center

Test-Taking Strategies

Quiet Study Spaces

Self-Care Resources

Bi-Weekly Blank Calendar

Weekly Hour Planner