Accessibility Services promotes equal access for students with disabilities and/or chronic health conditions and provides educational resources and opportunities for students to empower them to achieve success and become lifelong learners.
Accessibility Services offers specialized advising for students who self-identify to Accessibility Services. Accessibility Services advisors advocate for equal access, accommodations and respect for students with disabilities in the campus communities.
Services through the Accessibility Services are provided at no additional cost to students.
For locations, hours and contact information for each campus Accessibility Services, please consult the JWU Directory.
Students With Disabilities
Students with disabilities and/or chronic health conditions who are requesting accommodations should contact Accessibility Services. Students requesting accommodations will be asked to provide documentation of their disability, which supports the need for the requested accommodation.
Some programs of study at the university have technical standards. Students with disabilities who require accommodations in order to meet technical standards must contact Accessibility Services.
Review of Accommodation Decisions
Any student with a complaint or grievance about an accommodation decision should submit a written request for review of the decision to the Title IX coordinator (who also serves as the university’s nondiscrimination coordinator and Section 504 coordinator), Matthias Rubekeil, 8 Abbott Park Place, Providence, RI, 02903, 401-598-2703.