The College of Law will provide reasonable accommodations for students with documented disabilities. College of Law accommodations can be made after the student requesting accommodations has met with the Disability Resource Center staff and eligibility has been established. Accommodations that fundamentally alter the prescribed course of studies must be approved by the Academic Standards Administration Committee. Students with disabilities, that require accommodation(s) and/or adjustments should contact the Assistant Dean for Academic Affairs in order to make arrangements for reasonable accommodations.
The Disability Resource Center (DRC) is the central location for establishing eligibility and obtaining services & accommodations for qualified students with disabilities. The Center serves as an information hub for ASU and the community. Students are encouraged to visit the DRC and make it an integral part of their educational pursuits.
The DRC website contains targeted information, links to other valuable ASU programs and services, and critical support for a successful academic experience. The Disability Resource Center invites students to explore DRC resources, ask questions, visit with DRC staff and utilize the programs and services designed to support your academic, career, and life goals.
Contact the Disability Resource Center for more information: