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OSWD encourages students and faculty to meet at the beginning of the semester so that the student may make the faculty aware of disabilities and accommodations that have been approved. It also allows you to have questions answered by the student.
If the student either emails you their Student Accommodation Letter, or leaves it for you, we suggest that you reach out to the student and suggest a time for the two of you to meet. Creating an opportunity for both of you to discuss the situation, ask questions, and solve problems will benefit everyone.
Yes, you may go off campus as long as you stay within the DC/MD/VA area. Please continue to follow safety protocols: wear your mask, practice physical distancing and hand hygiene. Be mindful that you are responsible for your safety and the safety of others around you.
Yes, you may socialize with other people in your residence hall, following all safety protocols.
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