Disability (Physical or Mental)
Federal & State Laws, Definitions & Resources
Reasonable Accommodations for Students
Reasonable Accommodations for Students are adjustments including academic assistance, modifications to rules, policies, or practices; environmental adjustments, such as the removal of architectural, communication, or transportation barriers; or auxiliary aids and services necessary for a student to participate in University programs, services, or activities.
- Accessibility & Disability Service (formerly Disability Support Service) provides reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals to ensure equal access to services, programs and activities sponsored by UMD. To receive reasonable accommodations, students must schedule an in-person registration interview with an ADS counselor by calling (301) 314-7682.
- List of Campus Accessibility Resources for Instructors and Departments
- Other Resources
Reasonable Accommodations for Staff, Faculty and Student Employees
Reasonable Accommodations for Staff, Faculty and Student Employees are changes to a job, the work environment, or the way things are usually done that allow an individual with a disability to apply for a job, perform job functions, or enjoy equal access to benefits available to other individuals in the workplace.
The Office of Diversity & Inclusion provides active oversight, coordination, and evaluation of the University of Maryland’s equity, diversity and inclusion activities; manages and tracks implementation of the Strategic Plan for Diversity; and encourages and supports the efforts of units to achieve their diversity goals.