The mission of the Office of Equality and Diversity's Disability Resources team is to provide equal opportunity and equal access to education, employment, programs and activities for individuals at Drexel University.
Disability Resources (DR) empowers individuals who have documented disabilities by working together proactively to provide reasonable accommodations. Disability Resources also provides education and guidance across the broad University community.
Disability Resources serves all Drexel students, faculty, professional staff, other employees and guests on the University City, Center City and Queen Lane campuses and Drexel University Online. Please visit the following pages for more information:
Students and Families
Instructors and Supervisors
Campus Guests and Volunteers
Disability Resources is currently in the process of rolling out a new database, Clockwork 5. Clockwork 5 will enable students, faculty and professional staff to complete the following electronically:
- Register to take exams with Disability Resources.
- Request note-taking services.
- Request alternative format / accessible books and materials.
- Request a current Accommodations Verification Letter (AVL) and have it sent directly to faculty and others to provide accommodations to the requestor.
Updated information about Clockwork 5 will be provided as it is available.