Disability Accommodations: Extended Campuses

General Information

If you are a student seeking disability accommodations at an extended campus, the ARC is happy to work with you in designing those accommodations, but you will also need to involve a local contact – either your site director or the staff member s/he designates – to send out letters of notification to your instructors and otherwise handle your accommodations on-site. Here is a description of Webster's accommodations process and the related grievance policy. (If you are enrolled through Online Programs only, please contact the ARC directly -- Webster Groves is your "local" campus.)

Forms for Staff Use

Below are some forms designed specifically for the use of staff at our extended campuses: simply print them out on your own letterhead and fill in the appropriate information for your contact person, or use them as templates to design your own forms.

Request for Accommodations form (PDF)
Release of Information form (PDF)
ADA Grievance Procedures (PDF)
Letter to Instructor Template (.doc)

ARC Support Services

The ARC is always available to advise on disability accommodations and on their classroom implementation at any Webster campus. Please contact Kevin Pelzel (kevinpelzel28@webster.edu or 314-246-7700) for more information.

The ARC also helps extended-site students whose disabilities have been documented as requiring alternative-format textbooks to obtain those textbooks. Please contact Cindy Yamnitz (cynthiayamnitz36@webster.edu or 314-246-4245) for more information.

Extended site students also have access to our Online Writing Center and Ask Online peer tutoring services. They can refer to this site for more information.

Information on ARC services for extended campuses outside disability accommodations can be found here.

Academic Resource Center

40 Loretto Hall
470 E. Lockwood Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63119