​Working with Students with Disabilities

This information is for faculty and staff interested in enhancing the learning experience for students with disabilities and furthering efforts to reduce the equity gap by 2030. There is no obligation on the part of teaching faculty to follow these guidelines, however it could help to improve the experience of neurodiverse students and students with disabilities.

College Transitioning

The following suggestions were created by people with disabilities in collaboration with Accessibility Resources.


ADHD information for faculty, including myths and strategies within instruction.

Hearing Loss and Deafness

A description of people who are hard-of-hearing or Deaf, including communication and instructional strategies and how to work with an ASL interpreter.

Learning Disabilities

Learn about the different types of Learning Disabilities and the executive functions that they affect.

Psychiatric Disorders

Describes instructional approaches and potential accommodations when working with students with psychiatric disorders (Depression, Anxiety, etc.).

Vision Loss

Strategies for working with Students who are Blind or have Low-vision. Includes instructional and communication strategies, and appropriate accommodations.