If you need assistance from our team, please call 812.855.7578 or email email@example.com to schedule an appointment or for further assistance.
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The Office of Disability Services for Students is dedicated to ensuring that students with disabilities have the tools, support services, and resources that allow equal access and reasonable accommodations to be successful at Indiana University Bloomington.
We work with you and appropriate university personnel to offer equal access to learning, educate the IU Bloomington community about diversity and inclusion, and link you to essential resources for success.
Office hours: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
If you are a student with a diagnosed disability and you need to use a service animal on campus, it is helpful to contact disability services and residential services (if living on campus). If you want to have an emotional support animal in student housing, you must register for services through the Office of Disability Services for Students (DSS).
Whether you have a permanent or temporary disability, you can register for services through the Office of Disability Services for Students.
If you are a current IU Bloomington student, your first step is documenting your disability. Read the documentation criteria to be sure you qualify for disability services.
If you are an incoming freshman or transfer student who needs testing accommodations to complete your placement exam, you can request placement exam accommodations using an online form.
If you are a future IU Bloomington student with a disability:
The IU admission application does not require you to disclose your disability. Please contact our office to better understand our procedures and guidelines related to disability support services. You can also schedule a prospective appointment by calling 812-855-7578 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty play a key role in creating a welcoming, inclusive, and accessible educational environment at IU Bloomington. If you are a faculty member, the Office of Disability Services for Students can help you understand your responsibilities for providing academic accommodations to students with disabilities.Learn about faculty responsibilities