Bishop ACCESS is a fee-based program that provides one-on-one academic coaching for students with executive function challenges including, but not limited to, ADHD, Learning Disabilities, and Mental Health Disabilities. Most students who participate in Bishop ACCESS are registered with our Accessibility Services Office, but exceptions are made on a case-by-case basis.

The program supports the student's entire career at OWU by placing a special focus on individual needs relevant to each year.

The first- and second-year prioritizes:

  • Adjusting to campus life
  • Connecting with campus and community resources 
  • Enhancing academic skills 
  • Increasing self-advocacy skills 
  • Supporting service-learning opportunities 

Third- and fourth-year prioritizes:

  • Identifying successful transferable executive function skills and strategies to utilize after college 
  • Working with campus partners to assist with travel-learning opportunities, internship opportunities, career planning, and the overall transition after college

Goals of Bishop ACCESS:

  • Enhancing executive functioning and study skills
  • Increasing awareness of strengths and challenges inside and outside the classroom
  • Learning about campus resources and using them in timely and strategic ways
  • Developing self-advocacy and decision-making skills

Contact Info


Sagan Academic Resource Center
Hamilton-Williams Campus Center #324
61 S. Sandusky St.
Delaware, Ohio 43015
P (740)-368-3990
F 740-368-3959