The Office of Disability Resources works with a diverse population of students with documented disabilities to assure equal educational access
We seek to collaborate with all components of the University community to increase awareness, remove barriers, and promote an inclusive environment where students are empowered to be successful learners, self-advocates and citizen leaders.
We strive to create a universally inclusive campus through innovative and individualized practices that foster independent and confident students, informed and engaged faculty and create a collaborative and welcoming campus community for all.
Now is the time to begin thinking about your forms for Summer & Fall semester. You are encouraged to submit your Alternate Format and Accommodations Request forms once you have registered for Spring classes.
Be a citizen leader who encourages accessibility and the social model of disabilities.
Take a tour of the Longwood campus and learn about disabilities, ableism, and advocacy.
Learn more about our Testing Center.
Automatic Door Not Working? Problems with a Curb Cut? Use our Campus Accessibility Form (PDF) to report barriers to accessibility on campus.
April 01, 2021
Take a virtual tour of the campus, learn about disabilities and ableism, challenge yourself to become a citizen leader who encourages accessibility and the social model of disabilities.
January 12, 2021
Students and Faculty