Chicago-Kent ensures equal educational opportunities for students with disabilities. The law school building is fully accessible and on an individual basis we provide reasonable accommodations to all students with permanent or temporary disabilities. Applicants are not required to indicate whether they have a disability. Applicants who do wish to have a disability taken into account in the admissions process should provide information regarding their disability and explain why it should be considered as a factor. All information will be treated as confidential.
Some applicants have disabilities that may require accommodation if the applicant enrolls at Chicago-Kent. In these cases, applicants may indicate the disability in their application or inform the law school once they are admitted. All students who are admitted to Chicago-Kent are advised in their letters of acceptance to contact the IIT Center for Disability Resources if they have a disability that may require accommodation. For additional information, visit web.iit.edu/cdr.
Applicants and students may communicate with the Chicago-Kent Office of Admissions by telephone at (312) 906-5020, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or dial 711 for TTY Federal Relay Service for the hearing or speech impaired.