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Disability Resources Office

Disability Services staff training a student on a laptop

Welcome! You may apply for accommodations, or an access plan, by placing a New Student Accessibility Request online. If you would like instructions on how to fill out the request formthis video may be helpful.

The Disability Resources Office leads SUNY Cortland’s commitment to create a diverse, accessible, and socially just community that welcomes all students, whether or not they identify as disabled. 

Our transformational leadership includes: 

  • Ensuring the lived experiences, goals, and aspirations of students are central to our work.
  • Collaborating to eliminate barriers so all have equal access.
  • Promoting disability as an aspect of diversity. 
  • Challenging ableism and advocating for social justice. 
  • Educating our campus community on how students identifying as disabled do not need to be fixed; rather, our environment, culture, and community needs to be accessible, inclusive, and welcoming. 
  • Supporting students as they develop their disability identity. 
  • Recognizing that students have multiple identities and that their disability identity is interconnected with race/ethnicity, gender, gender expression, social class, sexual orientation, and religion/spirituality.

You may find student resources, faculty resources, read our blog, and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and on our Academic Apps blog.

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Contact Us

Sue Sprague, Director
Sarah Cobb, Office Assistant

Van Hoesen Hall, Room C-17
Fax 607-753-5495
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Jeremy Zhe-Heimerman, Assistant Director
Fahima Aqtar, Graduate Assistant
Erika Janny, Graduate Assistant
Memorial Library, Room B-204