PNW Accessibility Center

The PNW Accessibility Center* empowers college-ready students with documented disabilities to participate fully in PNW by providing equal access and opportunity.

*Formerly the Disability Access Center (DAC), read our latest issue of “Possibilities” to learn why we changed our name to the PNW Accessibility Center.

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Transitioning to College

Students are now considered adults on campus and are responsible to initiate the process by which they can receive accommodations in an access plan.

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Meet the PAC

We are a staff committed to helping students and faculty stay within federal guidelines of receiving accommodations so that everyone has access to quality education.

Learn More About Us

Registered PAC students can log in to the AIM student database to authorize accommodations, schedule exams, request note-takers, alternative format of textbooks and more.

Log in to AIM

Assistive Technology Guide

Service and Emotional Support Animals

English Language Coaching for Nursing

Faculty with registered PAC students can log in to the AIM service to view their students’ accommodations.

AIM Login

Accommodating PNW Students Guide

Request a PAC Presentation in your Course

Sydney Stone
I was able to talk to my professors and received a tremendous amount of help from the PNW Accessibility Center (PAC), which helped me keep up on all my academics. I’m so very glad the PAC was an option.
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Ten highlights from the 2023-24 academic year

PNW’s 2023-24 academic year was marked by historic opportunities in academics and community impact, major designations reflecting university strategic initiatives, new feats for Pride Athletics, engaging and empowering student life events and much more.

Kwangsoo Park poses with his Focus Award

PNW HTM Director Receives 2024 Focus Award

Kwangsoo Park, associate dean of the College of Business and director of the White Lodging School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at PNW was selected to receive Purdue University’s 2024 Focus Award.

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PNW’s ongoing diversity, equity, inclusion, belonging and justice (DEIBJ) initiatives

Purdue University Northwest continually works to ensure a welcoming environment for all members of the university community. I am pleased to share these updates about initiatives and support for our diverse student body, faculty and staff, alumni and visitors.