Disability and Neurodiversity at Johnson


At Johnson, we are committed to creating an equitable community that embraces students with disabilities and neurodiversities.

Founded in 2019, Access Johnson is the first-ever student organization at any top MBA program in the United States that is dedicated to supporting self-identified neurodiverse and disabled students and their advocates.

Access Johnson’s goal is to break the stigma around disability and neurodiveristy. The group works with students, faculty, and staff to ensure that student life at Johnson is supportive, equitable, and inclusive for every member of our community. Access Johnson highlights existing resources and creates new resources that members of the Johnson community can use to improve their experience while pursuing their professional and personal goals.

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Visit the Access Johnson website to learn more about membership and community resources or to connect with a current student.

Learn More: Access Johnson

Student Resources

  • Student Disability Services works in partnership with Cornell faculty, staff, and students to ensure that all aspects of student life are accessible, equitable, and inclusive of individuals with disabilities.
  • Student Services at Johnson hosts pre-arrival webinars to help incoming students understand the accommodation process. Admitted students will find information on these webinars in their pre-arrival emails.