Accessibility Resources, Testing Accommodations & the Learning Center

Accommodations at the School of Medicine

The School of Medicine works with Accessibility Resources and Services (ARS) in order to provide appropriate classroom and testing accommodations.  To obtain accommodations, documentation of disability must be submitted to ARS.  See the ARS website for details regarding documentation requirements.  ARS will review documentation and contact you regarding your request for accommodations and the SOM liaison, Deborah Ingersoll, if accommodations have been approved.  Students are invited to contact Deborah Ingersoll () to discuss confidential self-identification at the School of Medicine, the process for requesting and implementing accommodations, and any other accommodation or disability questions or concerns.

 

ARS location and contact information:

Accessibility Resources and Services
Student Academic Services Building  Suite 2126
CB# 7214
UNC-Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7214
(919) 962-8300 (V/T)
(919) 962-4748 (Fax)
Email:
Web: https://ars.unc.edu

 

The Learning Center

MD program students are encouraged to use the resources offered at the Learning Center, including one-on-one academic coaching, peer tutoring, study workshops, and online tools.

The Learning Center
Campus Box #5135
Suite 0118 & 2109 SASB North
450 Ridge Road
Chapel Hill, NC 27599
(919) 962-3782 
Email: learning_center@unc.edu