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Student Accommodations

Examples of reasonable accommodations for students may include:

  • note-taking services
  • alternative accessible formats
  • audio and video recordings
  • qualified interpreting and transcribing services
  • adjustment of time limits on tests
  • alterations that make facilities and programs readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities

In order to best serve the needs of students with disabilities in the various schools and programs of Johns Hopkins University, we have designated one or more staff members to work closely with students who require accommodations.

Undergraduate and Full-Time Graduate Students at Homewood

Krieger School of Arts and Sciences/Whiting School of Engineering
Contact information: Student Disability Services, 385 Garland Hall. 410-516-4720

Other campuses

Students should contact their school’s disability coordinator to start the accommodations process:

Most requests for accommodations must be supported by documentation.  The documentation guidelines can be found at: