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Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services

ASU Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services provides support and access to students with disabilities for programs and services, consultation and guidance for faculty and staff, and training and engagement opportunities to increase awareness and ensure accessibility.

COVID-related accommodations

ASU has returned to in-person and on campus courses, beginning fall 2021, and we look forward to providing you with a full campus experience. We understand that students with disabilities, including those with chronic health conditions, may be impacted differently by COVID-19. Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services is available to assist and provide support as we navigate the complexities of the COVID-19 virus.

To request disability or medical-related accommodations related to COVID-19, please complete this form. If you are requesting disability accommodations not related to COVID-19, please use our regular Registration Form.  Disability and/or medical documentation is required and additional information may be requested.

Should you have additional questions, you may also contact Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services directly by emailing Student.Accessibility@asu.edu or by calling (480) 965-1234.  

For the latest information regarding ASU Coronavirus updates and frequently asked questions, please visit ASU Health Services COVID-19 information page.

Bhoomika Bhagchandani

Visually impaired ASU grad is leading research in an undeveloped field

Bhoomika Bhagchandani is paving the way in visually impaired communication studies. She recently completed her doctorate in human communication, presenting her dissertation on air travel experiences for people with visual disabilities.

Her inspiration to research this topic came after her first independent journey traveling internationally, where she discovered the difficulties visually impaired individuals face when traveling in an airport.

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