October 12 - 16, 2020
The Office of Accessibility Services is dedicated to ensuring equal access for students with disabilities at Saint Leo University. Through education, advocacy, and resources, the Office of Accessibility Services can collaborate with students, staff, faculty, and guests to create an inclusive and supportive environment.
The Office of Accessibility Services is the designated office at Saint Leo University that evaluates disability documentation, determines eligibility, and recommends reasonable accommodations for enrolled students as guided by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and University policy.
Accessibility Services uses the Accessible Information Management (AIM) platform for student accommodations and documentation. The following links will take you to the relevant portal based on your needs.
Students with disabilities who require accommodations related to academics and environmental access must complete an Accessibility Services New Student Application.
Students who require housing and/or dining accommodations must complete the Accessibility Services Housing/Dining Application.
Students who require both academic and housing/dining accommodations should complete the regular new student application and provide additional information related to housing and/or dining requests in the relevant section of the application.
During the application process, students must submit qualifying documentation of a disability. For information about documentation requirements, please see our Documentation Guidelines.
Students who are already registered with the Office of Accessibility Services can access Faculty Notification Letters, request alternative formatting, schedule exams, and more through their AIM student profile.
University staff members who are responsible for providing accommodations can access relevant information through their AIM staff profile.
Faculty members can review accommodations requests for classes they are teaching via their faculty profile.