Johns Hopkins University is committed to providing access to its educational programs for all qualified students, including those with disabilities. For more information, you are encouraged to review the guidelines here and to contact the office or individual who coordinates disability accommodations for your school or program.
** OIE does not review or process requests for medical exceptions for vaccine mandates. Student Health and Wellness processes student requests for medical exceptions for vaccine mandates. If you wish to submit proof of your COVID-19 vaccination or request a medical exception for the COVID-19 vaccine requirement, please do so via the University’s Vaccine Management System (VMS) that will launch on July 1, 2021. The VMS will be accessible via the myJH portal when it goes live on July 1.
Accommodations for Undergraduate Students
All admitted students with disabilities who wish to receive accommodations on JHU’s Homewood Campus must register with JHU’s Office for Student Disability Services (SDS). Prospective students with a disability who may apply to Johns Hopkins University are urged to contact Student Disability Services to discuss reasonable and necessary accommodation.
- Visit Undergraduate Student Disability Services Website
- Review JHU Disability Documentation Guidelines
- Contact Student Disability Services
Accommodations for Graduate Students and Other Students
In order to best serve the needs of students with disabilities in the various schools and programs of Johns Hopkins University, we have designated one or more staff members to work closely with students who require accommodations. Students should initiate requests for accommodation with the disability coordinator in their respective schools.