Any student who may need an accommodation based on the impact or potential impact of a disability should discuss their study abroad plans with a specialist in Student Accessibility Services early on in the information gathering and application process to discuss/determine/arrange specific accommodations.
- While you do not need to disclose your diagnosis or information related to your disability you should consult with the Office for International Programs/Study Abroad about the need and implementation of accommodations.
Please note: Although ADA does not extend into foreign countries, all aspects of affiliated University programs must comply with ADA.
The choice to use accommodations is entirely up to the student. Please carefully consider the needs you may have that will allow you to have full access to the study abroad experience.
For more information and to schedule an appointment with a Student Accessibility Services specialist call 607-274-1005 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org