Disabled Student Services
The law school provides students with a variety of programs to support their academic success, through the office of students services and the law school strategies program.
The University of Missouri-Kansas City endeavors to make all activities, programs and services accessible to students with disabilities. A campus coordinator is available to assist students with a documented disability to arrange for reasonable accommodations concerning all aspects of campus life. It is recommended that students contact the coordinator at least six weeks prior to the beginning of classes to arrange appropriate documentation and reasonable accommodations in the classroom. For information call (816) 235-5696. Individuals with speech or hearing impairments may use Relay Missouri, 1-800-735-2966 (TT) or 1-800-735-2466 (voice).
The School of Law provides a variety of resources to support student well-being, including counseling services provided in-house by the Missouri Lawyers Assistance Program and through the campus counseling services, emergency financial assistance, and assistance in accessing campus and community resources for critical needs. The student group, the Oliver Club, provides addition well-being support https://roogroups.umkc.edu/organization/theoliverclub.