Guided by our Catholic, Jesuit tradition of academic excellence, freedom of inquiry and respect for individual differences, our law school is committed to fostering an inclusive environment which is responsive to the needs of all students.
SLU LAW Disability Resource Center aims to lead campus efforts to recognize disability as a valued aspect of diversity and to embrace accessibility as a matter of social justice. In doing so, we are committed to designing inclusive and equitable environments. When barriers to access are encountered, we will collaborate with the student to determine appropriate academic accommodations.
If you experience or anticipate a barrier to access, please contact Heather Stout, accessibility and wellness program coordinator, as early as possible so that you can work with her to determine the most effective approach. Heather is committed to providing students with confidential advice.
Please read through the SLU LAW Accommodations Policy below. In it, you will find information about the process for requesting an academic accommodation, examples of available accommodations and more.