Students with disabilities have graduated from Wilmington College with degrees from every academic area; they have demonstrated the value of persons with disabilities to our community and paved the way for others to follow. The Office of Disability Services works with students and faculty to ensure that a disability will not be a barrier to equal opportunity and access to educational programs and services; however, the student’s own engagement in the accommodation process is a key factor to her or his success. The Disability Services Handbook provides information about policies, procedures, and resources available at Wilmington College for students with disabilities.
LeighAnn M. Oettinger, Academic Services Director
College Hall 305A
(937) 382-6661 Ext. 684
It is the policy of Wilmington College to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and other applicable federal and state regulations that prohibit discrimination on the basis of disability.
Person with disabilities – any person who has a physical or mental condition which substantially limits one or more major life activities, has a record of such a condition, or is regarded as having such a condition. (ADA, 1990)
The admissions process and criteria are the same for all students applying to Wilmington College. Admissions counselors review all applications without regard to disability status.
Disability services at Wilmington College are provided through the Academic Services office, a component of the Student Resource Center (SRC). Please find the Disability Services Handbook below in PDF format.
- Disability Services Handbook Introduction
- Disability Services Student Info
- Disability Services Policies and Procedures
- Disability Services Faculty Information
- Disability Services Forms