Johns Hopkins Engineering is committed to providing reasonable and appropriate accommodations to students with disabilities.

New students are encouraged to contact Disability Services as soon as possible (at least four weeks before the first class meeting).

Returning students are encouraged to contact Disability Services at least two weeks before the start of each term.

Although requests can be made at any time, there may be a delay of up to two weeks for implementation, depending on the nature of your request.

For more information and examples of what Johns Hopkins University provides to students requesting accommodations, please visit the university’s student accommodations page.

Requesting Accommodation

New students must register with the Disability Services office and provide supporting documentation from a qualified diagnostician that:

  • Identifies the type of disability
  • Describes the current level of functioning in an academic setting
  • Lists recommended accommodations

For more information on supporting documentation, please review the Documentation Guidelines for Individuals with Disabilities.

Please use the following registration form (you can choose PDF or Word).

Send the completed registration form to ep-disability-svcs@jhu.edu.

Returning students are asked to contact the Disability Services office prior to the start of each semester by e-mail or phone to request accommodations.

Contact Information

Questions about disability resources and requests for accommodation at Johns Hopkins Engineering should be directed to the following.

Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals

Mark Tuminello
Disability Services Coordinator
Engineering for Professionals
Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering
3400 North Charles Street
Wyman Park Building, Suite 435
Baltimore, MD 21218-2608
Phone 410-516-2306
E-mail ep-disability-svcs@jhu.edu

Information for Faculty

Please visit the university’s faculty resources page where you will find information including a sample syllabus statement, guidelines for teaching students with disabilities, universal design for your course, rights and responsibilities, types of disabilities, and FAQs.

For any concerns with disability related requests, accommodations, and/or services, please refer to JHU's Grievance Procedures for Students with Disabilities page.