Accommodations | Webster University



ADA services have moved online due to the COVID-19 response. ADA services are available remotely through email, phone, and/or WebEx.

The Reeg Academic Resource Center (Reeg ARC) is committed to providing equal access to education for the Webster University community by ensuring that students with documented disabilities receive the support and accommodations they need for academic access. The Academic ADA Coordinator works with students to create reasonable accommodations that meet their individual needs. At extended sites, the site director (or designee) works with students regarding their disability-related needs and accommodations.

To learn more about accommodations at Webster, how to effectively self-advocate, and which departments can assist you, listen to the following podcast on student self-advocacy. [ Transcript PDF ]

To learn more about setting up and accessing accommodations at Webster University, listen to the following podcast on setting up ADA accommodations. [ Transcript PDF ]

To find out more about accommodations, please contact:

Academic ADA Coordinator

Reeg Academic Resource Center

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