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Villanova provides students with documented disabilities with “reasonable academic accommodations” in accordance with the guidelines provided by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Students who anticipate needing a great deal of structure and support should seriously consider a college with a comprehensive program that will be better able to provide them with the additional support they need.
Students who are applying to Villanova may want to know whether it will prejudice their case or help their case to inform Admissions that they have a disability.
The Admissions staff will evaluate your application the same way it evaluates all applications. The staff wants to admit students who will be successful at Villanova. They will evaluate your chances of success on the basis of information about your high school academic performance, SAT/ACT scores, essay, and school activities. For additional information about the University's admission procedures, please contact the Admission Office at email@example.com. If you are admitted and choose to attend Villanova, documentation of your disability should be sent directly to Learning Support Services. Documentation should not be sent to Admissions and any documentation that is sent to Admissions will not be forwarded to the Learning Support Services Office.
Students with physical or sensory disabilities with questions or concerns about access and accommodations should contact the Office of Disability Services.