If you have documentation from a medical doctor, psychologist, or psychiatrist for specific learning and/or health handicaps, you may receive services through the Student Accessibility Center. Short-term conditions are not considered a disability, however, if your impairment is in remission but substantially limits a major life activity when active, your condition is considered a disability.
As a student, you will need to submit documentation supporting your need for accommodations. Your documentation will need to clearly state the functional limitations of your disability and how it impacts your learning. Your accommodations must be reasonable and must minimize the effect of your disability on learning without lowering or modifying academic standards. In order to receive accommodations, you will need to submit documentation concerning your disability to the Student Accessibility Center in the Claremont Building located at 930 Claremont Ave. Ashland, Ohio 44805. You can contact them at 419.289.5904. Please contact them to file documentation, ask questions, or request an ADA handbook.
If you have specific physical, psychiatric, or learning disabilities that require accommodations, please let your professors know early in the semester (preferably the first week) so your learning needs can be appropriately met.
As a student of Ashland University, group insurance is available to you and your family. For up-to-date information on coverage, cost, and effective dates, contact the Student Accounts Office at 419.289.5958.
Ashland University’s health services are available to you as a student. The student health center located in the Hawkins-Conard Student Center next to the Safety Services office.
If you do not have insurance, you can visit the Ashland Christian Health Center in Ashland. Visits are first-come, first-serve and cost $20.00 or four hours of community service.
Founded in 2002, the Smetzer Counseling Center provides skilled clinical counseling to individuals, couples, and families in the greater Ashland community. Through this unique graduate-level training facility, you can receive high-level care from counselor trainees under the supervision of licensed professionals. The Smetzer Counseling Center exists to bring comfort to a hurting and heavy-laden world.
As a graduate student, you qualify for services at The Writing & Communication Center (WCC) at Ashland University. You can receive feedback from a WCC coach on any project that involves communication. This includes essays, literature reviews, speeches, conference presentations, group presentations, poster presentations, and more.
If you would like to schedule an appointment to work with a graduate consultant on your project, you can submit your project via email or book a face-to-face consultation. Choose an option below to get started.
If you are serving or have served in the United States Military, we are here to support you. Click below to learn more about the services and resources available to you.
Are you seeking to resolve a concern regarding a process or person of the university community? If your complaint is not already covered by an existing policy such as grade appeals and academic grievances, our Ashland University Student Complaint Policy is designed to resolve your concerns quickly and efficiently at the closest level to you. This policy provides two avenues for pursuing a complaint: an Informal Resolution Procedure and a Formal Resolution Procedure. You may utilize either or both procedures.
As a seminary student, you have access to excellent IT support through Ashland University. We utilize a centralized IT center called Help Desk to process, receive and effectively route error reports. Our technical support team can assess and rectify campus-wide issues as they arise. Contact us at 419.289.5405 or click the button below to learn more.