Contact Us

Have a question about Accessibility Services? Contact us.

Debbie Dimitrovski
Director of Academic & Accessibility Services
107 Bogel Hall
716-649-7900, ext. 260
ddimitrovski@hilbert.edu

PROGRAMS & SERVICES

Transition and Academic Conferences - This program was designed to assist first time college students with disabilities in the transition to higher education.  Meetings are scheduled weekly with students to evaluate and modify accommodations, train students on assistive technologies as needed, and assist students with traditional academic skills including self-advocacy. 

Peer Mentoring – The mission of this program is to promote connection to campus through intentional peer-to-peer interaction.  The peer mentor is an experienced student registered within the Office of Disability Services who can assist with procedures and technology training as well as time management, note taking strategies and test taking skills.

Delta Alpha Pi Honor Society Delta Alpha Pi International Honor Society - The Gamma Tau chapter of Delta Alpha Pi (DAPi) was founded at Hilbert College in the Fall of 2014 and conducted its first induction ceremony on Friday, April 17th, 2015 coinciding with the “Celebration of Teaching and Learning.”  Each spring, DAPi will induct students that meet the following requirements:

  • All students must present with a documented disability and work with a member of the Office of Disability Services
  • Students must demonstrate an interest in disability issues.
  • Undergraduate students must have completed a minimum of 24 credits and earned an overall Quality Point Average of 3.10.
  • Graduate students must have completed a minimum of 18 credits and earned an overall Quality Point Average of 3.30.
Workforce Recruitment ProgramWorkforce Recruitment Program - The WRP is a recruitment and referral program that connects federal sector employers nationwide with highly motivated college students and recent graduates with disabilities who are eager to prove their abilities in the workplace through summer or permanent jobs. The U.S. Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) and the U.S. Department of Defense's Office of Diversity Management & Equal Opportunity (ODMEO) manage the program, which continues to be successful with the participation of many other federal agencies and sub-agencies. Since the program's expansion in 1995, over 6,000 students and recent graduates have received temporary and permanent employment opportunities through the WRP.