Are you a current, full-time undergraduate or graduate student in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences or the Whiting School of Engineering? In this section, you’ll find helpful information on:
- Registering and requesting services with Student Disability Services
- Guidelines for providing documentation of a disability
- Requesting housing accommodations
- Your rights and responsibilities as a student
- How to file a grievance
- Voter registration
Registering with Student Disability Services
To be eligible to receive accommodations on the Homewood campus, students must first register with SDS. To register, students must submit valid documentation of a disability (or disabilities) that meets the university’s published documentation guidelines. The registration process, including submission of documentation, can be completed online through our AIM accommodation management software. Students are encouraged to meet with an SDS staff member prior to beginning the registration process. To arrange an in-person meeting or telephone conversation, contact SDS at 410-516-4720.
Requesting Classroom Accommodations
Before the start of each subsequent semester, registered students must inform SDS that they wish to continue to receive classroom accommodations. Certain accommodations (extended time on examinations, copies of class notes, interpreters, real-time captioning, and alternative format texts) may take considerable time to plan. Therefore, students should make their requests through AIM early enough to allow sufficient time for them to be arranged. For more information, view a list of accommodations or assistive technology available through SDS.
Requesting Housing Accommodations
Students with disabilities may be eligible for accommodations in the university’s residence halls after making a formal request and providing appropriate documentation. To learn more about this process, visit the Requesting Housing Accommodations page.