Johns Hopkins University is committed to providing individuals with access to all university programs, activities, and facilities. This page outlines a number of resources to assist those with disabilities.

Please continue reading for information regarding accommodations for:

For all these groups, an accommodation is considered reasonable if it does not fundamentally alter the nature of the institution’s programs and policies, and does not place undue hardship on the institution. Reasonable accommodations are distinguished from services of a personal nature (such as provision of wheelchairs, personal care assistance, etc.), which the university does not provide.

If you are a Hopkins entity in need of an ASL interpreter, captioning or transcription, please refer to:  List of Procurement approved resources for interpreting, transcribing and captioning.