Virtual Office Hours
Monday and Tuesday 9:00 am - 10:00 am ( Click here to join )
Wednesday and Thursday 3:00 - 4:00 pm (Click here to join)
Students are admitted one at a time. Please be patient and an accessibility cooridnator will admit you to the room on a first come first served basis.
If you would like to attend virtual office hours of your specific accessibility coordinator, their schedules are:
Liz Pezzullo: Monday and Tuesday: 9:00 - 10:00 am - (Click to join zoom) (Undergraduate students with last name M-Z)
Judith Greenfarb: Wednesday and Thursday: 3:00 - 4:00 pm (Click to join zoom) - (Undergraduate students with last name A-L)
Campus Walk In Hours at Bryan Center Griffith Board Room
Mondays 9 am - 11 am
Wednesdays 12 noon - 2:00 pm
To Schedule an appointment with your coordinator, please use one of the following links:
To schedule a zoom appointment with Judith Greenfarb click here
To schedule a Zoom Appointment with Liz Pezzullo Click here
Are you having trouble accessing your OTTER.ai account? Our notetaker coordinator, Angela Claiborne, will have virtual office hours on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 11am-12pm via Zoom to answer your questions about OTTER.
Student Disability Access Office Mission
The Student Disability Access Office recognizes disability as an aspect of diversity that is integral to society and to our campus community. Accessibility is an essential feature of the Duke campus, and we strive to create an inclusive community for our students. We strive to ensure that students with disabilities are provided the tools they need to fully access all aspects of student life inside and outside of the classroom.
CORE FUNCTIONS OF SDAO
- Partner with students with disabilities to establish services for their access and inclusion on campus
- Manage, coordinate, implement and evaluate accommodation/service programs
- Serve as a resource to students/faculty/staff to ensure effective provision of services
- Provide educational and resource support to the campus community to increase awareness regarding how to create and sustain access and inclusion for students with disabilities in all aspects of the university
- Provide resource and referral information to the campus community and prospective student and their families
SDAO works with each student individually to establish academic adjustments and auxiliary aids and services, more frequently referred to as academic accommodations for the purpose of eliminating the environmental barriers impacting the student’s equitable access to the campus facilities, programs and activities. To find out more information about how to establish services with SDAO you can contact us in the following ways.
Phone: (919) 668-1267