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The parking lot closest to each building has one or more spaces designated for persons with disabilities. Special parking permits are needed to use these spaces. Contact Parking and Traffic Services at 607-274-3756 for more information.
Questions about the accessibility of a particular building (e.g., location of accessible bathrooms), about curb cuts and vehicle barriers on the central campus, and about recommended routes between buildings should be addressed to the Office of Academic Support Services for Students with Disabilities at (607) 274-1005 (voice), (607) 274-7319 (TDD), or email@example.com. Requests for accommodation for individuals with disabilities should be made to the Office of Affirmative Action at (607) 274-3909 (voice), (607) 274-1767 (TDD), or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Building-Specific Accessibility Information
Ithaca College strives to ensure that all qualified students with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodation to access and participate fully in programs and activities. The Office of Academic Support Services for Students with Disabilities provides accommodation and service to undergraduate and graduate students with special visual, hearing, physical, psychiatric, and learning needs. We encourage all students who wish to receive special services to contact the support services office.
We also encourage individuals visiting Ithaca College to meet with a representative from the support services office to discuss any questions or concerns you may have. Please schedule an appointment before arriving on campus. While every attempt has been made to ensure accurate information, due to ongoing construction and improvements, accessibility features may change.
AED Locations and Information
Ithaca College has implemented a public access defibrillator (PAD) program that follows the American Heart Association and New York State Department of Health guidelines. These guidelines call for automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to be installed throughout campus to ensure greater public availability. The earlier someone in cardiac arrest receives treatment (i.e., CPR and/or AED shock), the greater his or her chance of survival. The PAD guidelines recommend that an AED be readily accessible for use within four minutes from anywhere on campus.
For more information, visit Ithaca College Public Access Defibrillator (PAD) Program Site