Do you need accommodations to perform at your best in an academic setting? If so, we can help!
Welcome to the home of Accessibility Services at Wittenberg University! Accessibility Services is located in the COMPASS Sweet Success Center, Thomas Library, main floor. Accessibility Services is located in the Office of Academic Services in COMPASS Sweet Success Center, Thomas Library.
The mission of the Office of Accessibility Services at Wittenberg University is to provide, coordinate, and advocate for services, which enable students with disabilities to receive equal access to a college education and to all aspects of university life.
To receive accommodations at Wittenberg University, all incoming and current students must complete the registration process.
If you need assistance or have questions about Wittenberg's accessibility services, please contact COMPASS: Sweet Success Center:
FAX: (937) 327-6170
COMPASS: Sweet Success Center, Thomas Library
All documentation can be turned in to COMPASS in person, by mail, by email (email@example.com) or by fax.
- Click Here to schedule a meeting with the Office of Accessibility Services
Remote Learning Update:
As part of the pandemic response, Wittenberg granted remote learning accommodations for students whose health or that of family members residing with them could have been disproportionally impacted by exposure to COVID-19. The safety of our community and individual members was, and is, a top concern as we have worked through this unprecedented time. We will continue to monitor the health guidance from Ohio Department of Health and the CDC as we move closer to the fall semester.
Wittenberg values the in-person experience and feels that it is vital for the development and growth of students. As of fall 2021, a full semester of remote accommodation will not be available. Moving forward, Wittenberg may consider using remote accommodations temporarily in rare situations.
Do you need to renew your accommodations for the upcoming semester?
Please sign up on the page below to request to take your exam in COMPASS. Only students approved for exam related accommodations should use this form to request our office to proctor your exams and we will contact you to confirm your testing date. This request should be completed two business days prior to the exam day for regular exams and five business days for mid-term & final exams.
Please review the testing policy prior to submitting your exam request