University of Lynchburg does not offer programs and courses specifically designed for students with disabilities. Students with disabilities can benefit from reasonable accommodations approved on case by case basis. Approximately 10-12% of University of Lynchburg students are served through the Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources. The Accessibility and Disability Resources Coordinator offers additional support through Academic Success Mentoring as well as working with students to provide connections to other resources available on campus.
Disclosure of disability is a personal choice students may or may not exercise. Students who choose not to disclose this information are not able to take advantage of services offered through the Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources (CADR). Students are encouraged to self-disclose disability information and to provide CADR with reasonable documentation. Through self-disclosure, both the student and the University can make informed decisions about the suitability of University of Lynchburg for the student’s collegiate pursuits.
Contact Center for Accessibility and Disability Resources staff for more information.