"Stetson Law is a community committed to promoting everyone's sense of belonging. It is my privilege to serve as the ADA Coordinator, working closely with students with disabilities, temporary impairments, and foreign students, to identify and implement any reasonable academic adjustments necessary for equity and access to the law school and its program.
Through an interactive process, I collaborate with students, faculty, and staff, welcoming students of diverse backgrounds to Stetson Law. In this ever-evolving profession, I engage with students on a case-by-case basis, creating a personal experience designed to provide each student with the equal opportunity to achieve their personal best in law school, prepare for the bar exam, and embark on their legal career."
- Kathryn J. Pelham, Esq. '06
"It is my honor to work alongside the ADA Coordinator in the Accessibility Resource Specialist role. In collaborating with students on a case-by-case basis to support their individual needs, I am able to more fully realize my goal of a social justice viewpoint of accessibility services. I work hand in hand with students both receiving services and fostering equity through outlets such as note-taking services and advocacy work. My door is always open to those wanting to learn more about the accommodative process and how to better support an equitable and inclusive space."
- Courtney E. Crump, M.A. '21
Kathryn J. Pelham serves as the associate director of Accessibility Resources and ADA coordinator for students at the College of Law. To set up an appointment, please log into the Accommodate Student Portal or if you do not have an Accommodate account, please send an email to the address below.
Fax: 727-345-6428; All fax correspondence is sent to the Dean's Office; please be sure to mark your fax to the attention of the ADA Coordinator.
Kathryn J. Pelham, Esq.
Associate Director of Accessibility Resources and ADA Coordinator
Stetson University College of Law
1401 61st Street South
Gulfport, FL 33707-3299