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Disability Services

What We Offer

At Pitt-Johnstown we offer special services to students with disabilities. The purpose of these services is to enhance our students' educational experience at Pitt-Johnstown and to assure that the University does not discriminate against any student with a disability.


Mission Statement

The Disability Services staff values the special needs of students and strongly opposes discrimination based upon a disability.  Therefore, we strive to provide equal access through the provision of reasonable accommodations to create opportunities for academic success.

Our services include:
  • academic and personal support
  • academic and environmental accommodations
  • access to adaptive equipment for academic use
  • individualized academic counseling
  • meeting with faculty and students to support nondiscriminatory classroom policies
  • one-on-one tutoring in areas of need
  • working to make Pitt-Johnstown a barrier free environment for all students with disabilities
  • working with faculty, staff, and students to increase disability awareness

Submit a Care Network Report
A Care Report is used to provide information to Student Affairs staff regarding concerns that you may have for a member of the University Community. These concerns include, but are not limited to, affirmative action, disability, emotional, harassment, health, housing, and judicial.  You have the option to remain anonymous, if you wish. Please click on the link above to submit a Care Report. If you require assistance completing this form, please stop by any office within the Division of Student Affairs.


Last Reviewed: September 21, 2010