Accessibility Resource Center

Sunset over Centro

The Accessibility Resource Center is committed to achieving equal opportunities, access, and full participation for people with disabilities in all campus activities, programs, and events. The Accessibility Resource Center respects the intrinsic value of our students and recognizes the importance of an individualized approach when considering reasonable accommodations, services, and academic adjustments. We strive to help students see that their disability contributes to their strengths and resiliency and grants them a unique perspective when faced with obstacles. These qualities contribute to a diverse campus and enrich the educational environment.

We are dedicated to removing the institutional, physical, and attitudinal barriers our students face during their higher education journey. The Accessibility Resource Center strives to guide students to become strong self-advocates in getting their accommodation needs met in college and beyond.

To contact our office, you can reach us via email at or via phone at 502-272-8490. If we do not answer, please leave a voicemail detailing the best way to reach you so we can return your call promptly.


We encourage students to become self-advocates and to approach us when they have a comment, concern, or complaint about the Accessibility Resource Center, or the barriers they face. Often times once the concerns have been discussed, a resolution can be found. We also invite colleagues and the community to express their concerns by contacting the Director of the Accessibility Resource Center, Krista Schutz-Hampton by email at or by phone at 502.272.8490.

Director of the Accessibility Resource Center

The Director of the Accessibility Resource Center serves as a liaison for students with the faculty, staff, and administration. The Accessibility Resource Center Office is located in Centro McGowan Hall, CNMH-076. Enter at Admissions or at the Career Development Center.

Ms. Krista Schutz-Hampton 
Director of the Accessibility Resource Center
Fax: 502.272.8491

Access Accommodate

The Accessibility Resource Center utilizes a secure and confidential online platform called Accommodate to manage accommodations for students with disabilities. Students and faculty can access Accommodate through this link: