Disability Services


Learning Assistance Center
Reynolda Hall, Suite 117

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Wake Forest is an equal access institution that admits qualified applicants without regard to disability. When a student with a disability is admitted, the University seeks to accommodate those needs that are determined to be reasonable and that do not compromise the integrity of
the curriculum.

If you are a student with a disability and require accommodations, please submit your request and documentation to one of the individuals listed below, depending on the nature of the accommodation requested. Electronic submission of documentation is preferred. When emailing, please copy Wende Walker (walkerwa@nullwfu.edu) in the Learning Assistance Center.

Documentation is due no later than July 1 for decisions regarding the Fall 2016 semester. The information that you send to us will be treated confidentially, and will be shared with other administrators or faculty members only to the extent necessary to reach decisions and take actions on requests for accommodations.

Please make an appointment at the Learning Assistance Center once you arrive on campus.

Additional information on disability services is available on the Learning Assistance Center website.

Regarding medical or mobility issues:

Cecil D. Price, M.D.
Student Health Service
P.O. Box 7386
Winston-Salem, NC 27109

Regarding learning issues:

Van D. Westervelt, Ph.D.
Learning Assistance Center & Disability Services
P.O. Box 7283
Winston-Salem, NC 27109