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The Equal Opportunity Officer for ADA Compliance serves as the University's Section 504 and ADA Coordinator and helps to resolve issues and provides information regarding services and accommodations for individuals with disabilities.

The University of Virginia is committed to equal opportunity in employment and education for persons with disabilities and complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. Individuals with disabilities are protected from discrimination and may be entitled to accommodations that will assist in their pursuits at the University. Employees should direct requests for accommodations to their supervisors and may seek assistance through University or Medical Center Human Resources (see procedures below).

Formal complaints of discrimination and possible violations of the ADA can be filed with the Office of Equal Opportunity Programs.

Academic Accommodations

Law School Students

All Other Students (Contact the Student Disability Access Center)

Instructors

Library

Classrooms

Housing

Students

Workplace Accommodations

Current Academic and Medical Center Employees

Application and Interview Accommodations

Current and Prospective Academic and Medical Center Employees

  • Requesting an accommodation for the application process
    • University Human Resources Service Center at 434.982.0123
    • Medical Center Human Resources Service Center at 434.243.3344 or HRInfo@virginia.edu
  • Requesting an accommodation for the interview process
    • Individuals who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing may contact the Coordinator of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services at 434.243.5186 (voice) or 434.465.6579 (vp) to request an interpreter or other accommodations.
    • Individuals with other types of disabilities
      • Academic positions – contact the hiring department
      • Medical Center positions – contact Medical Center Human Resources Customer Service Center at 434.243.3344 or HRInfo@virginia.edu

Voluntary Self Identification

Voluntary Self Identification forms for persons with Disabilities and/or Veteran Status

(The Voluntary Self Identification Form does not qualify as a request for a disability accommodation)

Accessible Parking, Transportation, and Routes

Counseling and Consultation

Students

Academic and Medical Center Employees

Web Accessibility - Information for Building Accessible Sites

Design knowing that people with cognitive, hearing, motor, visual and other impairments may use your site.

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