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LITS Services and Resources for Individuals with Disabilities

Key Contacts for LITS Services for Individuals with Disabilities

  • LITS Accessibility Team: 413-538-2225 or
  • Erin Stalberg, Director of Discovery and Access and Chair, Mount Holyoke College Technology Access Committee:  413-538-2228 or
  • Rachael Smith, Head of Access Services: 413-538-2061 or
  • Karen Mehl, Access Services Nights/Weekend Supervisor: 413-538-3371 or During the overnight hours of exam week (when the complex is open 24 hours), Karen can be reached at 413-559-1960.

College Resources

  • AccessAbility Services
  • Accessibility & Inclusion at Mount Holyoke College
  • Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) Accessibility Policy:  Establishes minimum standards and expectations regarding the design, acquisition or use of EIT to achieve the College’s legal, moral, and ethical commitments in the digital environment. The policy has an accompanying online guide which details standards, procedures, and workflows for the procurement, development, implementation, and ongoing maintenance of EIT.
  • Library, Information, and Technology Services (LITS)
  • MHC Accessibility Barriers Form: Use this online form to anonymously report physical, electronic, or administrative barriers to access on campus.
  • Mount Holyoke College Technology Access Committee (  The Mount Holyoke College Technology Access Committee promotes the procurement, development and maintenance of academic and administrative technology systems which are effective, usable and accessible to all users. The Committee coordinates efforts to ensure College compliance with anti-discrimination laws associated with technology access for users with disabilities and reinforces the College’s strong commitment to making all campus programs and services accessible to students, faculty, staff, and guests.   
MHC Accessibility Barriers Form