The mission of the Office of Accessibility Services is to assist
students with specific learning needs in achieving access to higher
education and to promote their ongoing personal and educational
success, as well as to increase the awareness and responsiveness of
the campus community to students with disabilities.
Christine Georgallis, Ph.D.: Director of Accessibility
Dr. Christine Georgallis has been working for Saint Leo since
August, 2012. She received her B.A. in Special Education and
General Education from the University of Iowa, her M.A. in Special
Education from the University of North Florida, and her Doctorate
degree in Special
Education from Walden University. Dr. Georgallis taught Special
Education classes in public schools for many years prior to coming
to Saint Leo. Her greatest joy is working with students to
ensure they have all the tools they need to be successful and
working with the faculty to help them understand the challenges
some of their students face. Dr. Chris is also an adjunct
professor for Saint Leo. Outside of Saint Leo, she enjoys spending
time with her two children, her husband, and her dog, Moe!
Cynthia Di Marco: OAS Testing Assistant
Cynthia Di Marco has been working for Saint Leo since 2014 as a
Testing Assistant in the Office of Accessibility Services.
She gets fulfillment knowing she is helping students. Born
and raised in New Jersey, she earned her B.S. degree in Business
Administration from Ramapo College of New Jersey. She moved
to Florida in 2013 with her husband and 2 sons, and says, “it was a
big adjustment, but now, palm trees make me happy.” She enjoys
being outdoors, swimming, walking, biking, cooking and family
Brittany Robinson, M.F.A: Alternative Formatting
Brittany Robinson is an alumnus of Saint Leo University, where
she earned her B.A. in English in 2012. She returned to Saint Leo a
year later to work as a professional English tutor while obtaining
her M.F.A in creative writing and transitioned to the Office of
Accessibility Services in 2015. She loves being part of a small and
dedicated team, learning about new technology, and helping students
achieve independence in their studies. Outside of the workplace,
she loves writing, cooking, tending to plants, petting her cat, and
spending time with her family and friends.
The Office of Accessibility Services is located on the
University Campus on the first floor of Kirk Hall, office rooms 121
(Dr. Georgallis) and 120 (Cynthia and Brittany).
Map for Handicap Access
Monday-Friday: 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: Closed.