Syracuse University


The Office of Disability Services (ODS) provides accommodations and support services for students with a range of disabilities including:

The ODS staff works with students individually to provide support services and accommodations that are necessary and appropriate.


Visiting campus for a tour, meeting or event? For information on accommodations, accessibility, safety and other issues, go to:

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Committed to Inclusion and Accessibility

Syracuse University values diversity, is committed to inclusion, and seeks to provide access for all people, including those with disabilities. This website serves as a clearinghouse for information on disability and accessibility at SU. Use it to:

H.B. Crouse Improvement Project

The renovation of Huntington Beard Crouse Hall scheduled for summer 2015 includes improvements designed to increase accessibility. To provide feedback on the H.B. Crouse Comprehensive Improvement Project, please use the following email:

Featured Video

July 26, 2014 marked the 24th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA Anniversary Tool Kit, which includes the video above, was produced by the Southeast ADA Center, a project of the Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) at Syracuse University and one of 10 regional centers in the ADA National Network.

Disability Cultural Center

Syracuse University has established the Disability Cultural Center (DCC) to coordinate campus-wide social, educational, and cultural activities on disability issues for students, faculty, staff, and community members with and without disabilities. Housed on campus in the Hoople Building at 805 S. Crouse Ave., the DCC sponsors programs and events, fosters connections and provides meeting space to groups such as the Beyond Compliance Coordinating Committee and the Disability Student Union.


Syracuse University strives to ensure technological access for individuals with disabilities. A variety of assistive technology is available for faculty, staff and students. The University Library also offers assistive/adaptive technology. Faculty and staff seeking such technology for their own use should email Dana Butler at

Faculty and Staff

Syracuse University is committed to the recruitment, retention and promotion of people with disabilities.

  • If you have concerns about accommodations or other issues, contact Cynthia Maxwell Curtin, Chief Equal Opportunity, Inclusion, and Resolution Services Officer and interim Sections 503/504/ADA coordinator.
  • For information on using technology to ensure accessibility of course materials, presentations, events, documents, web sites, and online resources, visit Information Technology and Services.