Does the University offer Academic Accommodations?

Yes, through the Student Wellness Center (SWU)

students who have disabilities may apply for academic accommodations with the aim of providing equal access to programs and facilities. The SWU defines “disability” as a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits a major life activity, such as caring for oneself, performing manual tasks, learning, reading, thinking, concentrating, communicating, working, or other activities as required.

All information about a student’s disability is kept confidential according to the university’s policy. However, the University needs sufficient information to reasonably evaluate and respond to a student’s request for accommodation and may share the information with staff and faculty members who will be accommodating the student’s case.

For the listing of academic accommodations and process to apply for it, visit: