We work with a diverse population of students with documented disabilities to assure equal educational access. We seek to collaborate with all components of the University community to increase awareness, remove barriers, and promote an inclusive environment where students are empowered to be successful learners, self-advocates, and citizen leaders.
We strive to create a universally inclusive campus through innovative and individualized practices that foster independent and confident students, informed and engaged faculty, and creates a collaborative and welcoming campus community for all.
2014 Inclusive Excellence Award Recipients
Dr. Rhonda Brock-Servais, Professor of English and Mr. Josh Blakely, Associate Director for On-Campus Living for the recipients of the 2014 Inclusive Excellence Award. The award was presented at the 2014 Diversity & Inclusion Awards this past April. Read More
If you are in need of accommodations for a summer course please complete an accommodations form. The forms are available on the front page of our website under the Important Forms section.
Please remember that you should set-up a meeting with your Professor to present and review your accommodations letter prior to leaving campus for the summer.
Accommodation & Alternate Format Forms - Fall 2014
Accommodation forms for the fall semester are due ASAP. Alternate Format forms for the fall are due July 18th, 2014. This will ensure that your letters and alternate format materials are available upon your return to campus. Both forms are available on our website www.longwood.edu/disability. To access your textbook information please visit the Longwood Barnes & Noble website.
Campus AccessibilityAutomatic Door Not Working? Problems with a Curb Cut? Use this campus accessibility form (pdf) to report barriers to accessibility on campus!