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Accommodations for Students with Disabilities
The College of Law is committed to the inclusion of students with disabilities in all aspects of law school life and is committed to providing accommodations to these students. The College of Law believes that the promise of diversity within the law school community requires the inclusion of students with disabilities. The "multiplicity of voices" exchanging intellectual ideas from various backgrounds, perspectives and experiences enables students to develop valuable insights about themselves and others. Over the last decade, the number of students with disabilities attending universities or colleges has increased significantly. As a postsecondary institution, the College of Law is committed to ensuring equal access to its programs and facilities.
Services for students with disabilities at Syracuse University are provided through the Office of Disability Services. It is the responsibility of the student to initiate the process of accessing services from the appropriate sources as early as possible, preferably prior to the beginning of the academic term. Once the student has contacted the Office of Disability Services, the student should then make an appointment with Michelle Wilcox, Associate Director for Student Life at the College of Law, to discuss the procedures for implementing the appropriate accommodations within the College of Law.
For students who wish to visit the College of Law and need accommodations, please contact the Admissions Office.