It is the policy and practice of Loyola to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and state and local requirements regarding students with learning disabilities and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD). No qualified individual with a disability shall be denied access to, or participation in services, programs and activities at Loyola. Academic accommodations are provided for students with documented learning disabilities/ADHD so that these students are viewed according to their abilities, not disabilities.
Academic Advising and Support Center
The Academic Advising and Support Center serves as an advocate for students with learning disabilities and/or ADHD, ensuring programmatic access to all college programs that will affect mainstreaming into the campus community.
Academic Advising and Support Center
Maryland Hall, Room 138
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Phone Number: 410-617-5050
Fax Number: 410-617-2161
Welcome to Disability and Accessibility Services (DAS)* at Loyola University Maryland!
Loyola University Maryland welcomes and supports students with disabilities. Loyola appreciates the diversity that students with disabilities bring to the University, which is consistent with our core values and support of our strategic plan. Disability and Accessibility Services is available to provide appropriate and reasonable supports and modifications so that students may fully participate in life at the University.
Disability and Accessibility Services' mission is to provide students with disabilities the equal opportunity to participate in all Loyola programs and activities, so students can learn, lead, and serve in a diverse and changing world. The DAS staff works to ensure students have equal access to Loyola programs and activities by eliminating barriers of any type (e.g., physical, programmatic, attitudinal, or electronic). Questions, comments, or concerns? Contact Disability and Accessibility Services.
*Disability and Accessibility Services was formerly known as Disability Support Services. The change was made based on current trends and student feedback as we transition to a new physical space. All operations of our office will continue as normal, and we look forward to continuing to work with you.
Information for Class of 2027
Registering for DAS
Welcome! We look forward to working with you during your studies at Loyola. We are happy to talk with you about the accommodation process at Loyola University Maryland, and please email us at DAS@loyola.edu if you want to set up a time to talk in-person, by Zoom, or by phone.
Information for all Class Years
Students are welcome to submit accommodation requests at any time during their studies at Loyola, but accommodations are not implemented retroactively. Therefore, we encourage all students to submit their requests as early as possible. Here is a link to our Registration Process.
Our office and testing center have been moved out of Newman Towers and is now located in Maryland Hall 141.
DAS staff will be available Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
Student Appointments and Meeting
- Students can request in-person meetings or Zoom meetings.
- Appointments are needed.
- If you don't know who to meet with, email DAS and ask to meet with a DAS advisor.
- Presently enrolled Loyola students seeking accommodations should review the DAS registration page on the DAS website. You can apply and upload documentation online.
- If you have questions about registering with DAS, please email DAS, and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. In this email, please tell us if you want to speak to someone in person or by phone, your name, phone number, and a convenient time to get back to you.