Loyola University Maryland

Disability Support Services

Campus Resources

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  • Disability Support Services (DSS)
    Newman Towers, 107 W
    Students with disabilities should register with DSS for assistance with the provision of accommodations, both academic and residential.

  • Academic Advising and Support Center (AASC)
    043 Maryland Hall
    Students with learning disabilities or attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder will be contacted CASS for assistance with academic accommodations once they have registered with DSS.

  • Adaptive Technology and Equipment
    Contact DSS (see above) to arrange to have adaptive technology installed on your computer or in a lab.

  • Braille Services
    Contact DSS to arrange to have items Brailed.

  • Counseling Services
    Humanities Room 150
    Students should call for an appointment if they are in need of counseling services, or an off-campus referral.

  • Electronic Resources
    Many Loyola offices, departments, and classes have information available via Loyola's internal website, Inside Loyola, at https://inside.loyola.edu. Electronic access to this information may be helpful for students with disabilities.

  • Field Trip Transportation
    Contact DSS to arrange for transportation for a field trip. Be sure to request any special transportation needs as soon as you know about the field trip.

  • Health Services
    4502 A Seton Court
    Students should call for an appointment if they are in need of health care, or an off-campus referral.

  • Interpreting Services
    Contact DSS (see above) to arrange to have interpreters for a class or event.

  • Non-Course Related Disability Arrangements
    Contact DSS (see above) to request special arrangements outside of the classroom. Generally, 48-hours notice is required.

  • Physical Access Problems
    Contact facilities maintenance to report problems with operations of the University's facilities, such as automatic doors and elevators.

  • Recreation Fitness and Aquatic Center
    Contact recreational sports if you need any special accommodations at the Fitness and Aquatics Center, or for intramural activities.

  • Peer Tutoring
    The Study, 300 Jenkins Hall
    Contact The Study to request a peer tutor or to get help with test-taking strategies or study skills.