Campus Resources - Disability Services


What is a disability?

At Greenville University we like to think of a disability more as a challenge than a handicap. Even though you may be physically or learning challenged, you will still be able to work towards and achieve your goals. We understand that special challenges may require unconventional ways of adapting to learning and doing everyday tasks of life, and we will strive to meet those special needs each step of your journey here with us. 

Let us help you...

The transition into college sometimes causes anxiety or uncertainty, especially if you are challenged physically or mentally. At Greenville University we want to strive to work one on one with you to make your transition into college as smooth as possible. We care very much about your wellbeing and will try to make as many reasonable accommodations as needed.

Special needs accommodations:


  • Admission and registration assistance
  • Housing location assistance
  • Location of classroom assistance
  • Elevator access
  • Preferred parking
  • Resource and referral information
  • Notifying instructors of necessary accommodations
  • Alternative test arrangements

Contact Us

Questions? Contact ADA Designee Erika Naes – Associate Dean of Student Success & Academic Advising: or 618.664.6610



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Greenville, Illinois 62246-1145
800.345.4440 / 618.664.7100
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