Loyola University Chicago

- Navigation -

Loyola University Chicago

Services for Students with Disabilities

Save the Date!

disAbility Awareness Week 2014 is coming November 10th - 14th!

News

Congratualtions!

SSWD congratulates all our students on finishing Fall semester! To our graduating students... Congratulations and good luck with your next chapter! It has been a pleasure working with you!

Good Luck

SSWD wishes all our students good luck on their Fall semester final exams! Make sure to get plenty of rest, drink water, and don't forget to eat!

disAbility Awareness Week 2014 Events

Join Best Buddies, SDMA, & SSWD November 10th - 14th for a week of education, understanding, & celebration!

SAVE THE DATE: disAbility Awareness Week 2014

Join SSWD & Best Buddies Nov. 10th - 14th for disAbility Awareness Week 2014! Activities include an American Sign Language Workshop, Student Panel & Open Dialogue, and comedy act Handicap This!  

Meet SSWD's New Staff!

SSWD has undergone several staff transitions this summer. We’d like to welcome our new Coordinator, Rebecca Ramirez-Malagon, and our new Disability Specialists, Andrew Hrvol & Katie Tappel. Get to know our new staff by checking out their bios on our website, stopping by to say hi, or scheduling an appointment with them. We are excited for the experience, passion, and support they’ll bring to SSWD and our students!  

Accommodation Requests for Returning Students

Returning students already registered with our office - get a jump start on Fall semester. Stop by our office in Sullivan 117 to fill out an accommodation request form. Drop the form off in our office or email it to sswd@luc.edu.

Loyola

Services for Students with Disabilities
Sullivan Center for Student Services · 6339 N. Sheridan Rd., Chicago, IL 60660
Mailing Address: 1032 W. Sheridan Road, Chicago, IL 60660
Phone: 773.508.3700 · Fax: 773.508.3810
TTY: 773.508.2771

Notice of Non-discriminatory Policy

Services for Students with Disabilities (SSWD) serves students with disabilities by creating and fostering an accessible learning environment.  

We aim to empower students with diverse needs by enhancing their self-awareness, self-determination and self-advocacy.  

We promote awareness of the needs of students with disabilities and encourage the Loyola community to respect and care for each individual.  

Loyola University Chicago is committed to compliance with legal requirements including Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1998, and the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments (ADAA) of 2008.

Whether you're a current student, faculty, staff, or a prospective student or family member, we look forward to working with you! 

You can find our contact information here.