The Office Of Accessibility and Disability Resources


Welcome to the University of Toledo! We are excited that you’ve chosen to be a Rocket. UToledo is committed to having a diverse, inclusive campus culture where everyone feels included and respected. Your identity and disability are part of the diverse fabric of our campus. As a team, we invite you to watch this short video as a way of letting you know that You Are a Rocket and You Belong!

If you are thinking about attending UToledo or are a current student interested in learning more about how our office can support you, we invite you to schedule a prospective student appointment. Once a student has been fully admitted to UToledo, they can initiate affiliation to discuss access and set up accommodations.   

Please give us call or send us an email with any questions or to schedule an appointment. 


  1. Complete our online New Student Application
  2. Submit documentation from your high school, another institution of higher education, and/or health care provider or other professionals, which verifies medical condition(s) and explains disability barriers to the educational experience
    • Although many different types of disability related documentation may be acceptable, for your convenience you may ask your health care provider to complete our disability verification form.
    • Please see ADR Documentation Guidelines for additional information.
    • An email will be sent to your Rockets account once information you submit has been reviewed so please check your Rockets email regularly.
  3. Since your input is critical, you must complete a disability access initial appointment with an ADR Accessibility Specialist to set up accommodations and receive training on the procedures for utilizing the accommodations. Once accommodations have been established, you will select the appropriate accommodation for each class for which you are enrolled through ADR’s online system.

Accommodations are typically not retroactive. To utilize accommodations, you must make formal requests in our Disability Accommodations Portal (DAP) system in order for instructors to be properly notified. The University of Toledo Office Of Accessibility and Disability Resources will also consider the unique characteristics of the course, program, or technical standards in order to determine whether an accommodation is reasonable.

Student Referral Resources

Testing must be completed by a qualified health care professional and meet Documentation Guidelines. Students bear the responsibility to pay all costs associated with testing. Students should contact their insurance company prior to making any appointments as your insurance may or may not cover the cost these costs.

Students can choose to use campus resources, their current health care provider or choose a community provider from the list below. This is not a comprehensive list of community resources.

Testing Resources

On-Campus Resources:

University of Toledo Counseling Center

Main Campus University Health Center
1735 West Rocket Dr.
Toledo, OH 43606

University of Toledo Psychology Clinic

University Hall Room 1380
2801 W. Bancroft St.
Toledo, OH 43606

Community Resources:

Diagnosing ADD/ADHD
Dr. Dielman Dr. Audry Ellenwood

5600 Monroe Street, Suite 103B
Toledo, OH 43560

Diagnosing LD, ADD/ADHD
3454 Oak Alley Court, Suite 305
Toledo, OH 43606

Diagnosing LD, ADD/ADHD
Dr. Jerome Zake

3454 Oak Alley Court, Suite 305
Toledo, Ohio 43606

PTG Psychoeducational Services
Polly Taylor-Gerken, ED.S. NCSP


Diagnosing TBI
Dr. Jennifer Simkins-Bullock

3949 Sunforest Court, Suite 105
Toledo, OH 43623

Community Counseling/Therapy Services & Emotional Support Animal Verification:

Stephanie J Moldawsky, LPCC

3454 Oak Alley Court, Suite 400A
Toledo, OH 43606

Bill Roman, MA, LPC, MDiv

3130 Executive Parkway Suite 908
Toledo, OH

Charlotte Simms-Dabbs, PH.D

3435 Oak Alley Court, Suite 305
Toledo, OH 43606

Linda VanderPol, LPCC-S

3454 Oak Alley Court, Suite 201
Toledo, OH 43606

Last Updated: 6/27/22