Students with Disabilities | Towson University

All students receive equal access to the career advice and resources they need to

Our events, resources, and opportunities are designed to ensure that all students
have equal access, including students with disabilities. Students with disabilities
can have unique challenges when choosing a major or career, interviewing for positions,
and transitioning into the work world. Challenges can include if, when and how to
disclose a disability and request reasonable accommodations for an internship or employment.
Students with disabilities are encouraged to contact Accessibility & Disability Services (ADS) for more information regarding disclosure and accommodations.

In addition to the resources below, career counselors/advisors are available to answer
questions and provide guidance.

on-Campus Resources

Accessibility & Disability Services (ADS) at Towson University provides accommodations and services to students with various
disabilities and some temporary impairments that substantially limit one or more major
life activities. The ADS staff is available to answer questions concerning accommodations
and services as well as to provide information about other resources on and off campus.

Every fall the ADS office, in collaboration with the Career Center, hosts the Workforce Recruitment Program (WRP) at Towson University. For more information, contact the Towson University WRP coordinator,
Jeannie Mauldin, at jmauldin AT_TOWSON.

Additional Resources

Big Interview Neurodiversity Playbook – Big Interview developed a Neurodiversity playbook that includes 15 video lessons.
These lessons are designed specifically for job seekers with neurological differences
who often face additional challenges during the job search and especially in interviews.

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