Disability Services and Accommmodations
Requesting and using disability services and accommodations can be challenging. This page can help students find strategies and resources, including tips for addressing any problems with services and more information about the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504. If you need additional help, contact us or use the Search feature.
Resources about everything related to college accessibility.
If you’re a current or future college student using disability services and accommodations, this page can help you work with the disability services providers on your campus.
Resources for talking about disability with admissions offices, friends, faculty, and employers.
This page provides a quick summary of who does what on campus.
Resources for who to speak with, finding allies and mediators, filing a complaint, and taking action.
This page provides a common outline for addressing most procedures involving student complaints.
Resources listed here include centers for independent living, disability legal centers, the U.S. government, and a technical report on disability law for higher education.
Tips for making an informed decision about using disability services on campus.
Helpful information on emotional support animals, therapy dogs, and service dogs.
Accommodations are changes to the design of environments, auxiliary aids, and services that allow people with disabilities to access facilities and fully participate in programs at school or work. Here you'll find accommodations addressing the programmatic environment, the physical environment, the information environment, and access technologies.
Here you'll find ideas to help you understand your rights as a pregnant disabled student and a guide to resources at your school.
This page provides general resources and information about addiction and links to rehab and recovery programs.
If you are a professional providing services, be sure to check out the Disability Resource and Service Professionals page.