Chicago Campus Students
About one third of the students registered with AccessibleNU are enrolled in a graduate or professional program, meaning that about 150 of ANU's students are on the Chicago campus or in an online program. Because graduate and professional programs are more complex than undergraduate programs, determining accommodations is also a more complex process. With that in mind, please contact us and begin the accommodations process early.
Accommodation Guidelines for All Chicago-Campus Students
To receive accommodations, you must first register with AccessibleNU.
Once you have been approved for accommodations and are registered for courses, clerkships, practica, or other enrollments, request your accommodations early in the term to minimize delays or potential problems.
Students in the Law School, Physical Therapy, Kellogg, TGS, and online SPS programs need to login to AccessibleNU's database and submit your request for accommodation emails. In contrast, students in the Prosthetics & Orthotics and Physician Assistant programs and M2/M3 students need to contact the Associate Director of ANU-Chicago to request your accommodations for your courses/clerkships.
Every quarter/semester/clerkship/year that you require accommodations, you will need to log into our database or contact the ANU-Chicago liaison to request accommodation notifications. See below for additional details.
Specific Instructions for Chicago-Campus Schools
School of Professional Studies
Once the accommodation notifications are sent, students should contact their individual instructors to discuss their accommodations. Students should contact AccessibleNU-Chicago if they need assistance with implementing their accommodations.
Kellogg - PT MBA
Your instructors will assist in implementing your accommodations. For exam accommodations, registered students should email Carol Lucido, to arrange exam proctoring.
The Associate Dean and the Office of Student Affairs at the Law School will assist you in arranging your accommodations, including any exam accommodations.
For M1 and M2 students, the Associate Dean will assist you in arranging accommodations, including any exam accommodations.
For M3 and M4 students, please email the Associate Director of AccessibleNU each time you begin a new clerkship to specify the clerkship so that ANU can send notification to your clerkship directors regarding your accommodation needs. For exam accommodations, this notification is sent to your clerkship directors, clerkship coordinators, and testing coordinator at the beginning of the clerkship.
The Associate Chair for Professional Education will assist you in arranging your accommodations, including any exam accommodations.
Prosthetics and Orthotics
The NUPOC Director of Education will assist in arranging your on-site and online accommodations, including any exam accommodations.
The program manager will assist you in arranging your accommodations, including any exam accommodations.