Accessibility at Johns Hopkins University

As Johns Hopkins University works to foster diversity and build a campus culture of inclusion, it is committed to ensuring people with disabilities enjoy full participation in the university’s programs, services, and benefits. JHU seeks the continuous improvement of accessibility on its campuses and in its activities, and prohibits unlawful discrimination on the basis of disability.

Request Accommodations

Johns Hopkins University is committed to providing access to its educational programs for all qualified students, including those with disabilities. For more information, students are encouraged to review the guidelines here and to contact the office or individual who coordinates disability accommodations for their school or program.

Accommodations for Undergraduate Students

Admitted undergraduate students with disabilities who plan to request accommodations and attend the Krieger School of Arts & Sciences (KSAS), Whiting School of Engineering (WSE), or Peabody Institute can contact  Student Disability Services (SDS) Homewood to begin the process.

Accommodations for Graduate Students and Other Learners

In order to best serve the needs of students with disabilities in the various schools and programs of Johns Hopkins University, we have designated one or more staff members to work closely with students who require accommodations. Students should initiate requests for accommodation with the disability coordinator in their respective schools.