Disability Services and Resources
Bucknell University is committed to providing accessibility and reasonable accommodations to all who visit, work, and study on campus. We want members of the Bucknell University community and their guests to feel at home and take advantage of the services that they need. We hope you will find answers to any questions you have about disability resources and services from this website.
A number of students at Bucknell University have physical, psychological, health, sensory, or learning disabilities. Some students come well aware of their particular needs, while others discover them as they progress through the university. Students with identified disabilities have been admitted to Bucknell University by the same criteria as other students and they have met the same rigorous standards for admission.
- Prospective Students and Visitors
If you are a prospective student needing assistance and are planning to visit Bucknell University, please contact the Admissions Office at (570) 577-1101 to request the specific accommodations that you will need for your campus visit.
- Services and Resources for Students
Where to Start, Academic Accommodations, Living Accommodations, Library and Information Technology, Writing Center, Psychological Services, Student Health Services, Documentation
- Services and Resources for Staff
Faculty and staff who are interested in discussing accommodations for their needs should first contact their department chair or unit head for assistance.
- Campus Accessibility
At your request, the Dean of Students' Office (570-577-1601) will work with you and university staff to accommodate your physical or sensory needs.
Bucknell University provides access to a select number of ADA-compliant, assistive technologies and equipment on campus
Frequently asked questions about disability resources.
Contacts for disablity resources at Bucknell University
Links to other disability resources