Saint Louis University hopes to create a safe and supportive campus community for individuals with disabilities. The following resources are available for more information or assistance.
Saint Louis University's Office of Disability Services facilitates academic accommodations for students with disabilities, with the exception of the law school, medical school, and Madrid campus, which offer their own resources.
Disability Services provides information for current and prospective students, parents, and faculty about the academic accommodation resources and policies, as well as
testing centers for equal access exam accommodations.
Reinert Center for Transformative Teaching and Learning
The Reinert Center works with instructors and academic units at SLU to promote accessible
and inclusive courses for all students. It can help educators respond to accommodation
needs, design more accessible courses, incorporate more inclusive teaching and assessment
methods, and consider the accessibility implications of teaching with technology.
Saint Louis University places a very high priority on providing reasonable disability
and medical accommodations in our residence halls and on-campus apartments.
Learn More About Housing Accommodations at SLU
Saint Louis University is committed to providing a workplace for our employees where
they can be successful. This includes providing reasonable accommodations in order
for qualified employees or applicants with disabilities to have equal employment opportunities.
The Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity is responsible for SLU's compliance
with the employment provisions of the American with Disabilities Act (ADA).
If you are an applicant with a disability and need a reasonable accommodation to assist you in the application process, please contact Human Resources 314-977-5847.
Leaves and Accommodation
Handicapped parking is available in SLU's parking garages. Should you require transportation from there, SLU's accessible shuttles make stops at both locations. Wheelchairs can be checked out through the Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity.
Requests for accommodation for events should go through the sponsoring department or organization.
SLU has several student organizations that focus on physical and sensory accessibility at SLU, including the Disability Services Club, which can provide help with carrying bags and/or pushing a wheelchair, as needed. Email the DSC at email@example.com for more information.
Saint Louis University is committed to providing an accessible experience for those of all abilities. Individuals with disabilities who anticipate the need for accommodations may contact the Office of Disability Services.