Beginning March 16, 2020, the Office of Educational Support and Disability Services (ESDS) will be transitioning to telework in adherence with UMB policy. With the exception of the Testing Center, services will continue to be available to students through ESDS, including but not limited to: access to academic accommodations, initial meetings, consultations, and academic coaching services.  The Testing Center, located on the lower level of the SMC, will be closed.

You may contact ESDS regarding any questions or concerns by contacting the office by phone (410-706-5889) or email at disabilityservices@umaryland.edu. Please check https://www.umaryland.edu/coronavirus/ for updates from the University. We will update you on changes to ESDS operations after receiving additional guidance from the University.

We currently do not have access to fax. Please submit documentation through our online form or email to disabilityservices@umaryland.edu.


The Office of Educational Support and Disability Services (ESDS) coordinates services to assist students with disabilities in obtaining reasonable accommodations through an interactive process involving the student and the school.

REMINDERS:

Students Requesting Summer and/or Fall 2020 Academic Accommodations: Submit request

Student Note Takers:  Submit your Summer/Fall 2020 Schedule

ESDS office will be closed on the following day(s):

Monday, May 25, 2020

Friday, July 4, 2020

*The in-person office is closed until further notice. Please contact disabilityservices@umaryland.edu to visit us virtually or over the phone.*

What is Coaching?

Coaching assists individuals in their personal and professional growth through the development of realistic and relevant goals.  

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Upcoming Events

We have many events over the course of the academic year to assist with time management and disability awareness.

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Police/Emergency Communication For Deaf/Hard of Hearing Students

Police emergency center - TTD/TTY number is 410-706-3416.

Deaf Addiction Services at Maryland Department of Psychiatry, Public Safety offers the deaf community a tool to contact the police using their face-2-face app on their phone (apps such as P3 Mobile, ntouch, Convo) to contact an Interpreter to then contact 410-706-3333 which is UP Public Safety emergency line. 

An email address is police@umaryland.edu to communicate to the police dispatchers.