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ODR Provides Resources for Campus Faculty, Staff and Guests

Workshops and programming

ODR is already involved in providing a variety of outreach events and educational opportunities for the greater Drexel community.  Currently, seminars on providing accommodations to students with disabilities, disability law best practices, and the role of the Office of Disability Resources are available to faculty, staff, and administrators at Drexel University upon request.  ODR  also works with the Office of Equality and Diversity in organizing disability awareness and outreach events, bringing speakers to campus, and increasing the understanding of what it is to be a person with a disability at Drexel University.


As the only office on campus charged with the responsibility of enforcing and overseeing academic accommodations based on a disability, ODR offers consultation services for any professor/instructor, staff member, or parent who has questions regarding a student with a disability or providing an accommodation.  The Office of Disability Resources can be reached by phone at (215)895-1401, e-mail at

Important Note on Confidentiality

The Office of Disability Resources is responsible for keeping information regarding a student’s disability confidential. 

Any diagnosis, medical documentation, or case file cannot be discussed with parents, faculty, or staff without the expressed written consent of the student.

Otherwise, ODR can only share limited information on a student’s accommodations with those individuals on campus who have a “need to know”.