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All For One: Student Success and Support Guide: Disability Services

Guide to resources that supports Xavier students well-being. Materials and links to sites that provide support for health, wellness, academic support, disability services, student involvement, and student success.

Xavier University Disability Services Resources


The Disability Services staff ensure all students with disabilities can freely and actively participate in all facets of university life.  This office provides and coordinates support services to maximize students' educational potential and develop their independence to the fullest extent possible. 


Phone: 513-745-3280

Click here to go to the Disability Services website. 

For Questions or Updates related to the information in this guide please contact Kelly Austin : or Michelle Early:

Staff and Contact Information

X-PATH Program - Autism Spectrum

X-Path Program

The X-Path Program is a program established to provide individualized support for students on the autism spectrum or with related disorders. Support and coaching is tailored to the needs of each participating student to promote the development of academic competence, social integration, and self-advocacy. The mission of the X-Path Program is to increase opportunities for success for students who have autism and related disorders. Each student will work directly with the Accommodation and Support Coordinator and will also be assigned to a Peer Coach.

Click here for more information. 

Process for Requesting Accommodations

Registering Process

Xavier University strives to ensure that qualified students with documented disabilities receive reasonable and appropriate accommodations. Academic accommodations and support services are provided to ensure equal access to educational opportunities to Xavier students with documented disabilities. The mandate to provide reasonable academic accommodations does not extend to adjustments that would “fundamentally alter” the nature of the course, course components or course requirements.

Click here for more information or to register. 

Clockwork - Scheduling and Database System


ClockWork is the scheduling and database system Disability Services uses for managing accommodations. Link will take you to Clockwork for Students, Faculty, and Intake Form

Click here to access ClockWork. 

Types of Accommodations

Documentation Requirements

Required documentation  

In order to fully evaluate a student's request for academic accommodations or auxiliary aids and to determine eligibility for services, documentation of the student's disability is required. The documentation must be on letterhead and must be from a qualified diagnostician. Various disabilities might include: 

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Learning Disability
Physical Disability
Psychological Disability
Sensory Disability
Medical Disability
Traumatic Brain Injury

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Accessibility - ADA

Accessibility at Xavier

Xavier University is devoted to creating an environment that is accessible to people students, faculty and staff with disabilities. Our goal is to guide you through the process to receive accommodations for academic, dining and housing needs.

Click here for more information.