Drew University, in accordance with the policies underlying Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, the ADAAA, and in compliance with the Association of Higher Education and Disability guidelines, works to ensure that reasonable accommodations are implemented for enrolled students with documented disabilities to function effectively in the academic environment.  All admitted students are judged by the appropriate admissions offices to have the ability to succeed academically, and all students are required to meet the same academic standards.  At the same time, the University recognizes that a documented disability and potential learning differences may require accommodations.  We are committed to helping all students develop fully and successfully complete their degree requirements.

The University acknowledges that the decision to self-identify is a personal choice and makes no pre-admission inquiry about a candidate’s disability.  If a candidate wishes to inquire about disability services offered by the university, a confidential meeting with the Office of Disability Services may be arranged.

Students must register and request services of the Office of Disability Services. Confidentiality is honored and maintained.

Please note: Any documentation voluntarily submitted to an admissions officer is not forwarded to the Office of Disability Services.  No action or documentation is taken until the student requesting accommodations meets with a representative from the Office of Disability Services.