We provide the resources you need to excel through a consistent experience and environments that are usable, sustainable and welcoming.
DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER
STUDENT SERVICES (DRC)
In addition to working across campus to support the design of welcoming environments, the Disability Resource Center also works individually with students to identify barriers to access and implement reasonable accommodations when necessary.
DRC is a resource for instructors in designing accessible teaching and assessment strategies.
Reasonable accommodations for disabled staff and faculty are arranged by DRC on a case-by-case basis, in collaboration with the employee and appropriate University personnel.
The largest and most successful program of its kind in the country, Adaptive Athletics supports six competitive teams.
ADA / 504 COMPLIANCE INFORMATION
Ensuring equal opportunities and reasonable accommodations for people with disabilities at the University.
BUILDING ACCESSIBILITY INFORMATION
View locations of accessible entrances, elevators, accessible parking and more.
EVACUATION OF DISABLED PERSONS
Guidelines for the evacuation of mobility-impaired persons from university buildings.
REPORTING FACILITY ACCESS BARRIERS
The UA is committed to removing barriers that prohibit access to buildings and programs. With this form, you can report a facility access barrier for follow up.
RESIDENCE HALLS ACCESSIBLE HOUSING
Reasonable accommodations are available to provide accessible living experiences.
PARKING & TRANSPORTATION
CATTRAN SHUTTLE SERVICE
The shuttle offers both on campus service and express service to off campus lots.
DISABILITY CART SERVICE
A free service available to UA faculty, staff, students and community participants in UA programs who have a temporary or permanent impairment that creates a need for door-to-door transportation services.
ACCESSIBLE VEHICLE RENTAL
Wheelchair accessible vehicles are available to individuals who qualify to rent a Motor Pool vehicle.
DISABILITY PARKING PERMITS
Information on disability permits on the Arizona campus.
information & communication
ASL INTERPRETING AND CART SERVICES
Request Sign Language interpreting or Communication Access Real-Time (CART) services.
Video phones and assistive listening devices are available on campus.
ACCESSIBLE EVENT PLANNING
The University is committed to accessible and inclusive experiences for its diverse community members. Our goal is to design events that are welcoming to all attendees and to reduce the need for retrofitting and individual accommodations.
The University of Arizona is committed to a barrier-free electronic information and technology (EIT) environment. To focus that effort and infuse the priority across the institution, the Chief Information Officer, Office of Institutional Equity and ADA Officer established the itAccessibility Program.
PUBLIC EVENTS & PROGRAMS
ARIZONA ARTS ACCESSIBILITY
Arizona Arts is committed to making our performances accessible to the entire community.
ARIZONA ATHLETICS ACCESSIBILITY
Accessible seating is available at all ticketed venues. Persons with questions about disability-related access should contact the McKale Ticket Office for assistance with ticket purchases and/or for more information.