Campus Departments Disability Services
Welcome to Westmont Office of Disability Services (ODS)!
If you are already receiving accommodations, please use the Registered Student login link below to manage your accommodations. How To Login to AIM. Helpful information is found here for logging in and requesting academic accommodations for your classes.
If you are interested in applying for accommodations, please use the link for the new student application below. Please note that your Westmont email address is required to complete the application.
Important note: We prefer to receive new applications and documentation a month in advance of a new semester, but will accept these at any time throughout the semester. Please keep in mind we do not provide retroactive accommodations. Completed files are processed according to the date the application and supporting documentation are received.
How to Request Accommodations
- Complete the New ODS Student Application.
- Provide your disability documentation. Documentation can be uploaded to AIM, faxed to 805-565-7244 or emailed to email@example.com.
- Meet with our Director, Sheri Noble, for your “interactive process” to discuss accommodations.
- Once accommodations are determined, request notification letters to be sent to your professors.
We are located upstairs in the Voskuyl Library, offices 310A and 311. Please call (805) 565-6135 or email firstname.lastname@example.org before dropping by.
The Office of Disability Services promotes access and equity for all Westmont students. By working closely with faculty, administrators and staff, we are committed to providing reasonable accommodations to eliminate barriers for students with disabilities. We strive to create an inclusive environment that supports learning and minimizes the impact of disability, allowing for equal access to Westmont's educational experience. We assist the College in meeting its obligations under federal and state statutes.
The mission of the Office of Disability Services is to support, encourage and promote the academic and personal development of each student with disabilities and work towards greater recognition of their unique and valuable role in God's kingdom.