Johns Hopkins University Student Disability Services are aligned with the values of the School of Nursing. We collaborate to create an inclusive community for students with disabilities by proactively removing barriers, raising awareness of equitable practices, and fostering an appreciation of disability as an area of diversity while utilizing a wide range of approaches from universal design to individualized accommodations.
The Director of Student Affairs is the Student Disability Services (SDS) coordinator for the School of Nursing. Applicants for admission may keep any disability or requirement for accommodations confidential.
Upon admission and prior to enrollment, students with a disability should provide a comprehensive evaluation of a specific disability from an appropriate qualified diagnostician that identifies the type of disability, describes the current level of functioning in an academic setting, and lists recommended accommodations, including any accommodations received from previous educational institutions.
Student Disability Services (SDS) has moved to a new university-wide database called Accommodation Information Management (AIM) starting with the Fall 2022 semester.
- New-to-working with SDS students will submit an initial request for accommodations through the AIM online application.
- Returning students already working with SDS will be notified when the New AIM Student Portal opens for Fall 2022 requests. In the interim, any changes or questions should be directed to SON-SDS@jhu.edu.
Please review the guidelines for documentation: https://oie.jhu.edu/ada-compliance/documentation-guidelines/.
Please read the Rights and Responsibilities document for important information regarding the rights and responsibilities for Students, Faculty, and Student Disability Services.
Students are encouraged to contact Student Disability Services in plenty of time prior to the start of the semester to ensure reasonable accommodations are provided in a timely manner.
The Johns Hopkins University Office of Student Disability Services serves as the central point of contact for information on physical and programmatic access, specific accommodations, resolution of complaints and problems, and identification of available services.
For any concerns with disability related requests, accommodations and/or services, please refer to JHU’s Grievance Procedures for Students with Disabilities.
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