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Wright State University recognizes disability as an aspect of diversity that is integral to society and to our campus community. For our Lake Campus students, we partner with the Dayton Campus ODS to provide accommodations to access the cirriculum. Accessibility is an essential feature of both Wright State campuses, and we strive to create an inclusive community for our students, faculty, staff, and guests. Over 800 students with ADD/ADHD, learning, medical, physical, and/or psychological disabilities participate in our programs across the two campuses.
To receive accommodations, students must complete a confidential registration process (separate from admissions):
Access your AIM online services portal to request services, send letters to faculty, schedule exams, acknowledge policies, and more! Check out our AIM tutorials to learn how to manage your accommodations 24/7.
To request reasonable accommodation per the ADA, you should self-disclose your request to ODS. To be eligible for services through ODS, you will be asked to provide supporting documentation of your disability.