Heidelberg strives to provide students with disabilities or accessibility needs the services and support needed to achieve equal access during their time on campus. The Accessibility Services Office helps students address their needs and serves as a campus resource in understanding disability, accessibility and inclusivity.
Heidelberg recognizes that some student may choose to identify themselves within the university community with name that differs from their legal name. Through our Institutionally Recognized Name policy, you can use a preferred name whenever possible, including your email, student ID, class rosters, and student portal.
This four-year renewable scholarship recognizes the academic potential and commitment to community involvement of students from underrepresented populations. Once awarded, the scholarship remains with a student for the duration of their time at Heidelberg.
Talmage Residence Hall provides a gender-neutral living space for students to find a sense of belonging outside of standard gender-based residence halls. Resident students with similar intersectionalities agree to share a bedroom, common space, and restroom facilities, regardless of their gender, sex, or sexual orientation.