Please contact the Office of Educational Accessibility located at 1525 Webb Center, (757)683-4655. You may qualify for academic accommodations and other services if you have a documented disability. Your information will be kept confidential.
If you have a disability and plan to take classes at Old Dominion University, you should take the following steps:
- Complete an application for admission to the University and submit it to the Admissions office. Disclosure of a disability during the admissions process is not required or requested.
- After you have been accepted to the University, please submit your documentation for review to the Office Manager. Documentation which meets our guidelines* is required for registration with the Office of Educational Accessibility.
- The Office Manager will contact you to schedule an intake appointment with one of the Office of Educational Accessibility counselors once we have established eligibility.
- Meet with your academic advisor to plan your academic program and prepare for class registration.
- Register for classes.
- Complete the Request for Faculty Accommodation Letters form (available online and in the office) and submit to Disability Services.
- Pick up FACULTY ACCOMMODATION LETTERS from the Office of Educational Accessibility, sign and distribute to your intructors.
- Return the signed Accommodation Agreement Form to the Office of Educational Accessibility.
Professors do not have to provide accommodations until they have received your accommodation letter.