Our varied services not only accommodate individuals with disabilities, but also recognize their potential to excel in both educational and career opportunities at Syracuse. The University supports these services by committing to the accessibility of the campus environment, facilities, and digital presence, including its websites, online communications, and technology. If you have a related question or concern, please submit it using the “Report a concern” button below.
Disability Services and Resources
This Answers page provides guidance on how and when to seek ASL Interpreting Services and/or CART.
A nationally prominent advocacy group at Syracuse University that focuses on creating and supporting a fully inclusive climate in all University settings.
The office provides disability-related resources for students that go beyond legal compliance. These range from individual accommodations designed to mitigate barriers in our educational and living environments to academic and personal support services. The CDR staff work with the University Community to foster an equitable and inclusive environment that empowers student success.
Coordinates campus-wide social, educational, and cultural activities on disability issues for students, faculty, staff, and community members with and without disabilities.
The Office of Equal Opportunity, Inclusion & Resolution Services works with students, faculty, and staff, to foster a climate of inclusion, access, and opportunity. This office is responsible for making sure that the University complies with all state and federal laws pertaining to accommodations, access, sexual & relationship violence, discrimination and harassment among other things. Staff and faculty may request reasonable accommodations for a disability through this office.
This policy covers all content and technology, including websites, web-based and mobile applications, email, webconferencing, video conferencing, video streaming, instructional materials, electronic documents, blended and online courses, and all academic and administrative software applications acquired or adopted after the effective date of this policy.
The libraries provide a range of services for individuals who may require assistance or specific tools in order to access and use those resources and services.
The resource provides guidance and resources for planning inclusive events.
This Answers page provides guidance on procuring ICT Products and Services as required by SU’s Information and Communication Technology Accessibility Policy
SUPAC promotes meaningful parent involvement in the inclusive education of their children with disabilities. SUPAC works to involve and empower parents by informing them as well as their children of their rights within the educational system.
This page provides guidance on finding, creating, and acquiring accessibility technology.
- Burton Blatt Institute
- Center on Human Policy
- Institute for Veterans and Military Families
- Institute on Communication and Inclusion
- Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education
Interim Director and ADA/503/504 Coordinator
Accommodations for Faculty and Staff