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Campus Resources

Disability and Accessibility Services (DAS)

Maryland Hall, 141
Students with disabilities should register with DAS for assistance with the provision of accommodations, both academic and residential.

Adaptive Technology and Equipment

Contact DAS (see above) to arrange to have adaptive technology installed on your computer or in a lab.

Braille Services

Contact DAS to arrange to have items embossed in Braille.

Field Trip Transportation

Contact DAS 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.

Interpreting Services

Contact DAS (see above) to arrange to have interpreters for a class or event.

Non-Course Related Disability Arrangements

Contact DAS (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.

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.

Academic Advising and Support Center (AASC)

Maryland Hall, room 138

Students with learning disabilities or attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder should contact AASC for assistance with academic accommodations once they have registered with DAS.

Counseling Services

Humanities, room 150
410-617-CARE (2273)

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 Electronic access to this information may be helpful for students with disabilities.

Recreation Fitness and Aquatic Center


Contact the Department of Recreation and Wellness 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 or register online to request a peer tutor or to get help with test-taking strategies or study skills.

Latest News - "Excel" Support Group

Excel is a virtual support group for students who have a disability or face learning challenges. Excel provides a space for students to discuss their unique challenges related to virtual learning and find support to navigate learning hurdles. Students will also be able to share resources, learn stress management skills, and discuss self-care.  Students do not need to be registered with Disability Support Services to join this group. Learn more about Excel and other support groups with the Counseling Center.