Quick Contact

Scott Strader, Ph.D
Florida Licensed Psychologist
Director of Counseling & Accessible Education Services

4200 54th Avenue South
St. Petersburg, FL 33711

727-864-8248
stradesc@eckerd.edu

Counseling Services Hours
Monday - Friday 8:30am - 5:00pm 

Accessible Education Services

Counseling and Health Services

Suggested Syllabi Language Regarding the Availability of Accommodations

Accessible Education Services at Eckerd College encourages all faculty (including adjunct faculty) to include a statement on their course syllabi informing students of the availability of accommodations for documented disabilities. Thank you for your cooperation.

Recommended syllabus language includes one of the following statements:

“If you have a disability or believe that you qualify for accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act or other laws, please contact Accessible Education Services at extension 8248 or via email at aes@eckerd.edu as soon as possible. Appropriate accommodations can only be arranged through that office, and may not be made retroactively.”

Eckerd College complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Students with disabilities who need special accommodations must make their requests by contacting Accessible Education Services (located in Edmundson Hall) at extension 8248 or via email at aes@eckerd.edu.”

“Students with physical, cognitive, or psychological disabilities must contact Accessible Education Services, located in Edmundson Hall, at extension 8248 or via email at aes@eckerd.edu to discuss potential accommodations of other helpful services. All information will be kept confidential.”

New Student Guide to AES

Eckerd College is devoted to providing support services that enable students with disabilities to participate in, and benefit from, all College programs and activities. The information on this page is designed to assist first year students and their families in understanding the differences between the guidelines established for disability accommodations in secondary school versus post-secondary school.