The Ross Center is committed to ensuring equal access and opportunity in all academic programs and services for students with disabilities. Through collaboration and support of the entire campus community, the Ross Center promotes creating usable, equitable, sustainable, and inclusive environments.

The Ross Center strives to partner with faculty to coordinate accommodations for students with disabilities, and to review course design to maximize inclusion. By incorporating universal design into teaching, everyone benefits, including students with disabilities. The staff members of the Ross Center are available to collaborate with faculty  with the goal of creating courses that are more universally accessible, minimizing the need for individual accommodations, and maintaining all essential elements.



Faculty requesting accommodations should contact the Director of Diversity and ADA Compliance, Lori Corcoran, in the Office of Diversity and Inclusion (ODI).