How to find our office
Student Accessibility Services is located in 110 Towers Concourse.
Towers Concourse is located on the first floor between the East and West Towers.
Driving: Please park in the Visitor’s Parking Lot located immediately to the right of the traffic circle upon entering campus from Route 96B. Follow directions shown below to walk to our building.
There are several parking spaces designated for Handicapped parking near our office. Upon entering the campus from Route 96B (Danby Road), turn right on Conservatory Drive. Drive to the stop sign, and proceed up the hill to Tower Skyline Drive. Continue through the upper level of the “J” parking lot, and follow the road around to the lower level of the parking lot. You will see the designated handicapped parking spaces. You will find our office by entering through the building at entrances 145 or 147 and going down the stairs to the first floor.
For an accessible entrance near the handicapped parking spaces, go to the East Tower ramp and enter through the automatic doors. Take the elevator down to the Lobby level and head straight down the hall. The entrance to Student Accessibility Services is on the right.
Walking: Walk to the Gannett Center (Library and Handwerker Gallery). On the left side of that building, you will see a walkway and stairs that will bring you to the rear entrance of the Gannett Center. You will then see another set of stairs that will bring you to the Towers. You will enter the building on the right. Student Accessibility Services will be down the hall on the right.
Accessible Route from Lower Campus: Enter the automatic door across from the main entrance of the Whalen Center for Music. Take the elevator up to the Parking Level of the Whalen Center Walkway. Proceed across the walkway and turn left once you exit from the automatic doors. Go up the West Tower ramp and enter through the automatic doors. Take the elevator down to the Lobby level and head straight down the hall. The entrance to Student Accessibility Services is down the hall on the left.
For more building specific information check out the Ithaca College Accessibility Guide.