Students With Documented Disabilities

Learning Support Services (LSS), in conjunction with faculty, provides reasonable accommodations for students with learning disabilities and other neurologically based disorders, and those disabled by chronic illnesses.  Villanova University welcomes students with disabilities and provides reasonable academic accommodations to those who self-identify in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.  Academic accommodations are available to students who meet established documentation guidelinesPolicies and procedures have been established to encourage self-advocacy, and to provide students with disabilities the same opportunities available to all students at Villanova.

In addition to the services listed in Academic Support, students submitting documentation may also be eligible for access to assistive technology and exam proctoring.

In order to obtain accommodations, students must register with LSS.

  • To start this process students should log into ClockWork for Students and complete an Online Intake form and submit their current documentation through ClockWork. 
  • Students will need to set up a meeting with an LSS staff member to discuss their accommodations. 
  • After a student has been approved for accommodations, they will be able to log into ClockWork for Students to complete a Request for Accommodations and send their professors a notification to access their Accommodation Letters. 
  • Students will need to request accommodations through ClockWork each semester at Villanova in order to receive accommodations during that semester. Nothing can be shared with your professors without your permission.

Check the list of FAQ’s, and contact us with any questions or concerns.

Students with physical or sensory disabilities and those with temporary disabilities with questions or concerns about access and accommodations should contact the Office of Disability Services.


It is important that students have access to all class materials. If any of your software or course documents are inaccessible to you due to format, incompatibility with screenreaders, or any other reason, please contact your professor immediately. If your professor cannot give you access, it is your responsibility to contact Learning Support Services or the Office of Disability Services so that we can help you resolve the issue in a timely manner.