Our varied programs, services, and resources 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 endeavors 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
Syracuse University encourages students, faculty, staff, and visitors to report any concerns related to accessibility, discrimination, harassment, and sexual misconduct, so that they can be addressed quickly and appropriately.
Disability Resources and Services
This Answers page provides guidance on how and when to seek ASL Interpreting Services and/or CART.
The Center for Disability Resources’ (CDR) mission is to engage the University Community to empower students, enhance equity and provide a platform for innovation and inclusion. We achieve this by mitigating competitive disadvantages and environmental barriers that impact learning; by supporting faculty in the classroom and our colleagues across the university to strive for universal design and full inclusion. We provide individual accommodations when environmental barriers cannot be eliminated and assistive technology that fosters independent, self-determined learners.
The resource provides guidance and resources for planning inclusive events.
Coordinates campus-wide social, educational, and cultural activities on disability issues for students, faculty, staff, and community members with and without disabilities.
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 Office of Diversity and Inclusion sets priorities and promotes an equity commitment for students, faculty, and staff across campus. We believe equity in thought, feeling, and action fosters measurable diversity, full accessibility, true inclusivity, and meaningful belonging. Staff and faculty may request reasonable accommodations for a disability through this office.
To maintain and improve accessibility on campus, Parking and Transportation Services strives to maintain a clean, safe, and friendly environment for parking and transportation that accommodates campus needs.
This page provides guidance and resources for learning about the importance of accessible ICT, creating accessible content, and for implementing the ICT Accessibility Policy.
- Burton Blatt Institute
- Center on Disability and Inclusion
- D’Aniello Institute for Veterans and Military Families
Director of Disability Access and ADA Coordinator
Assistant Director of Disability Access