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Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law (Highland Heights)

Contact/ Disability Resource Center

Student Accessibility Services

The mission of Student Accessibility Services is to ensure that otherwise qualified students are provided equal access to academic and co-curricular programs through reasonable accommodations, appropriate to their disability, and student-centered assistance.  We seek to empower students with disabilities through self-advocacy and developing independence to the fullest extent possible. Student Accessibility Services strives to increase disability and access awareness amongst all members of the campus community and is committed to the full participation of individuals with disabilities as defined under Federal law.

Northern Kentucky University
Student Union, Suite 303
Highland Heights, KY 41099

Phone: +1 (859) 572-5282
Email: [email protected]


Education Law

This course provides a survey of law and policy in public and private education.  A large part of the class will focus on equal educational opportunity across a wide variety of dimensions.  The course will examine issues related to race and ethnicity, national origin, language, gender, and disability as it relates to educational equity.  The course will also explore school discipline, freedom of speech/expression, and other issues in the context of student rights under federal law. 

Employment Discrimination

This course examines of the basic doctrines protecting individuals from employment discrimination, principally Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (race, color, sex, religion, national origin), and also the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and various state statutes.

Student Organization

Disabled Students Association

Will inform and raise awareness of challenges people with disabilities face to become successful lawyers, and helping people with disabilities overcome the challenges of becoming successful lawyers.

Health Services and Wellness

Law Student Wellbeing

University of Kentucky Rosenberg College of Law (Lexington)

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Disability Resource Center

Welcome to the University of Kentucky Disability Resource Center in the Office for Student Success. The DRC provides services to the University community so students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of University life. The DRC serves students with a wide array of disabilities and this web site provides valuable information for students, parents, faculty and staff related to various responsibilities, services and programs of the office. 

Multidisciplinary Sciences Building; Suite 407
725 Rose Street, Lexington, KY

voice: (859) 257-2754
fax: (859) 257-1980
Email: [email protected]

Health Services and Wellness

Student Health & Well-being

University of Louisville, Louis D. Brandeis School of Law

Contact/ Disability Resource Center

Applicants and Students with Disabilities

Brandeis School of Law has a diverse population of students, including many students with disabilities ranging from learning disabilities to mobility impairments, and supports students with documented disabilities by promoting equal access to all programs and services in collaboration with the University’s Disability Resource Center (DRC), which is the official office to assist students through the process of disability verification and coordination of appropriate and reasonable accommodations.

Appropriate accommodations can be ensured via the DRC's website. Generally, any student who may need academic accommodations or access accommodations based on the impact of a documented disability:

  1. Must contact Colleen Martin, DRC Director, at the beginning of each semester. The DRC is located in Stevenson Hall, 502-852-6938.
  2. Must also advise Crystal Coel, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs and Diversity, that you are seeking an accommodation from the DRC, to more effectively coordinate any assistance provided.

As not all disabilities will require accommodation through the Disability Resource Center, please also notify Dean Coel as soon as possible and indicate generally the accommodations you may need.

University Disability Resource Center

In recognition of disability as an important part of the diversity of our community, the Disability Resource Center fosters an inclusive campus climate through education, service, collaboration, and outreach to the University of Louisville community.  We provide support for students with documented disabilities by promoting equal access to all programs and services.

Phone: (502) 852-6938
Fax: (502) 852-0924
Email: [email protected]


Disability Law and the ADA

Disability law includes the range of common law, statutes, including the Americans with Disabilities Act, and regulations, protecting the rights of and remedies available to individuals with physical and mental disabilities.

Health Services and Wellness