Student Disability Support Services

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Johns Hopkins University and the Carey Business School are committed to making all academic programs, support services, and facilities accessible to persons with disabilities. To request accommodations, please contact Carey Student Disability Services.

Carey Student Disability Services works in conjunction with the Office of Institutional Equity. Carey Student Disability Services reviews documentation and works with students through an interactive process to ensure the best support and accommodation implementation for our students.

If you have questions or want to talk to someone at Carey Student Disability Services, please contact via e-mail, or fax (443-529-1552).

Student Disability Services (SDS) will be moving to a new university-wide database called Accommodation Information Management (AIM) starting with the Fall 2022 semester.

All Summer 2022 course accommodation requests should still be made using the current database, Accommodate:

Starting on 6/21/22, all New requests for Fall 2022 accommodations will be made using AIM:

  • Students who are new to working with SDS should submit an initial request for accommodations through the new AIM online application (Fall 2022 and beyond).
  • Returning students who are already working with SDS will be notified when the new AIM Student Portal opens for Fall 2022 requests; in the interim any changes or questions should be directed to Carey.disability@jhu.edu.

Once your form and documentation are received, the next step in the process will be an intake interview with an SDS professional staff member to discuss your needs and potential accommodations. If you need more information about any aspect of the process, please contact Carey.Disability@jhu.edu.


Requesting accommodations for events:

Students attending non-classroom events are asked to notify Carey Student Disability Services three weeks before the event, when possible, when accommodations are needed.


Grievance procedures:

Johns Hopkins University grievance procedures for students with disabilities can be found at: http://accessibility.jhu.edu/grievance-procedures-for-students-with-disabilities/.


Additional resources:

Rights and responsibilities: Disability support services, students, and faculty (PDF)