Student Disability Services

Student Disability Services works to provide resources, support, and accommodations for all students with disabilities, while working to remove physical and attitudinal barriers that may prevent their full participation in the University community. 

Student Disability Services is responsible for:

  • Establishing and disseminating criteria for disability services
  • Meeting with students to discuss access needs
  • Receiving and storing confidential disability documentation to support a student’s eligibility for disability services and accommodations
  • Collaborating with faculty and staff regarding essential course and/or program requirements and appropriate reasonable accommodations
  • Being a leader of diversity efforts on campus that promote disability equity and inclusion

To learn more or find resources, visit Student Disability Services

Accessibility Student Advisory Board

The Office of the Provost’s Accessibility Student Advisory Board will be a group of University of Chicago students who meet twice per quarter to serve as liaisons between the Office of the Provost and students (College, graduate, and professional) regarding the accessibility of the University campus and issues specific to students in the University community with disabilities.