The Academic Access and Disability Resources Office (AADR) serves all students who seek academic support, disability services, and inclusion in our Davidson community.

The AADR Office is part of the Student Life Division and collaborates with the John Crosland, Jr. Center for Teaching and Learning by performing two functions. First, we provide academic support to students through individual coaching, workshops, and small-group work, enabling them to master effective academic strategies and best utilize available resources.

Second, we also support students with disabilities and work with other offices and departments across the campus to provide equal access to the college's services, programs, and activities so students may, as independently as possible, meet the demands of college life.

An emerging functional area of AADR is to engage the campus community in diversity, equity, and inclusion work as it relates to students’ disability identities. We provide programming and support initiatives throughout the year related to this topic and individual support to students as needed.

AADR staff offices are physically located in the E.H. Little Library in the John Crosland, Jr. Center for Teaching and Learning.

Academic Success Toolkit

Check out the Academic Success Toolkit for tips and resources on improving time management, motivation, adjusting to remote learning, and more.

Academic Success Toolkit

Connect with AADR


Current students seeking academic support and/or disability services can contact AADR by completing a registration form in Accommodate. Please log in using your Davidson credentials to complete the form.

Make an Appointment

Click on any of the staff members' names to schedule a meeting. Davidson students meeting with AADR for the first time should schedule with Beth Bleil and select Intake. 

All other inquiries can be made by emailing or calling the phone numbers listed on our staff page.

Spotlight on Students Disability Resources & Student Experience at Davidson

ST Hammer '24, Gabby Morreale '23 and Malavika Kalani '24 reflect on their decision to come to Davidson, ways they've gotten involved in disability advocacy on campus and resources to support their student experience, such as through the AADR Office and the Davidson Disability Alliance student organization, amongst others.