While the transition from high school to college can pose challenges for any student, it can be especially difficult for those with disabilities because much of the responsibility to secure necessary accommodations shifts to the student. The University of Indianapolis is committed to helping all students reach their academic potential.
Through the office of Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD), UIndy works with students on a case-by-case basis to determine accommodations that meet their specific needs in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. SSD coordinates services for equal access to UIndy's educational and co-curricular opportunities.
In addition, students with specific learning disabilities can find full support in earning an associate's or bachelor's degree through the BUILD program, Baccalaureate for University of Indianapolis Learning Disabled.
Students with specific learning disabilities can earn a degree through the University's fully supportive, specialized programming known as the Baccalaureate for University of Indianapolis Learning Disabled, or BUILD.
Disability accommodations are determined on a case-by-case basis. These forms and resources will help you understand your responsibilities as a college student and work with the SSD office to develop accommodations that meet your needs.