Message to Campus Disability Community re COVID-19
Information about the accommodations & services provided by Disability Access & Compliance including requesting communications accommodations such as CART/ASL services, Mobility access information, reporting an access barrier, and requesting use of to accessible transportation on campus.
Resources to support the mobility of UC Berkeley community members with disabilities as they engage with the university's programs, services, and activities. Wayfinding tools and information on the physical accessibility of university paths and buildings.
Resources for guests and visitors with disabilities coming to events on campus. Guidelines and resources for the campus community on how to plan accessible events, as well as support responding to requests for accommodations.
Links to resources from UC Berkeley and the local community that offer a range of services, information, and support disability-specific needs for the campus community. Resources are organized by their relevance to the groups that comprise the campus community, e.g. students, staff, faculty, guests and visitors.
Links to the descriptionsfor committees administered by DAC in support of our mission to create an accessible university. Committee descriptions, minutes, membership, and FAQs
UC Berkeley is committed to providing an online environment that is accessible to all. Policy descriptions, guidance for website owners, and how to report an inaccessible website.
The list below contains relevant resources for faculty with disabilities. Additional community resources can be located on our Community Resources webpage.
This past Sunday, July 26, 2020, marked the 30th anniversary of the day the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law.
The Accessible Course Materials Initiative provides help and guidance to the campus community in ensuring that course materials delivered in digital form are accessible to all students.