Commitment to Support
We are committed to supporting students in navigating barriers they encounter in medical school that are caused by disabilities.
Part of the iterative process is revisiting approved accommodations ahead of transitions in the curriculum. It is important that if you believe you will need accommodations in the clinical settings you reach out to the Learning & Accessibility team, to determine reasonable accommodations in collaboration with program directors. The Learning & Accessibility team’s contact information can be found at the top of the page.
Yes. The Learning & Accessibility team is a key partner in applying for accommodations on USMLE Exams. To ensure sufficient time to develop and submit requests, please reach out to the team at least 4 months prior to submission.
Yes. Students that have sustained a temporary injury can meet with the Learning & Accessibility team to discuss appropriate, temporary accommodations and the duration that they will be needed.
Please reach out! Whether you are prospective, recently admitted, or a current student, the Learning & Accessibility team is here and are happy to meet to discuss any questions or concerns.