- Procedures for Employees with Disabilities to Request Workplace Accommodations
- University of Virginia’s Policy on Information Technology Accessibility
- University of Virginia’s Policy on Use and Access of Service Animals, Service Dogs in Training, and Emotional Support Animals on University Property or with Respect to University Programs and Activities (Academic Division)
- Procedures for Third Parties with Disabilities to Request Reasonable Accommodations
The University is committed to ensuring equal access to educational and employment opportunities for qualified individuals with disabilities, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), as amended, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 504), as well as other applicable state and local laws and University policy. Qualified individuals with disabilities are protected from discrimination, including harassment, and are entitled to reasonable accommodations, and auxiliary aids and services to ensure their participation in, and enjoyment of, all University programs, services, and activities.
The University's ADA team helps to resolve disability-related issues, conducts disability-related training, and serves as the University's primary resource for questions and concerns about services and accommodations for individuals with disabilities, including third parties, students, faculty, and staff for the University’s Academic Division and UVA Health. Access issues may arise in a variety of contexts, including with respect to the University's online presence, built environment, extracurricular activities, events, the classroom, parking and transportation, Grounds, and more. To contact the ADA team directly, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (434) 924-3295.
University's Statement on Accessibility
The University of Virginia values disability within the spectrum of human diversity and is committed to a living, learning, and work environment where individuals with disabilities can be their full selves and thrive. The University recognizes that ensuring equal access to educational, employment, and all other opportunities is a shared responsibility that demands our continuous identification and removal of physical, technological, and attitudinal barriers.
Report a Barrier
In alignment with our commitment to equal access and the civil rights of individuals with disabilities, students, faculty, staff, and third parties may report barriers to access through the University’s Report A Barrier online reporting tool.