Quadrant maps indicating barrier free and partially accessible routes across the Grounds. Also noted are accessible entrances to University buildings along with accessible parking areas and accessible emergency telephones.
Parking and Transporation provides additional travel options on grounds after normal service hours.
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services are coordinated by the Student Disability Access Center (SDAC).
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Requests for accessible seating may be made for the individual who needs accessible seating and up to three companion's seats.
Blue Trunk Foundation provides information about accessibility to make it easier for all people to travel regardless of age, disabilities, or health conditions. (Contact: Rupa Valdez, Assistant Professor Public Health Sciences Administration)
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Maintained by the University Registrar, a listing of all classroom buildings. Each building should be considered accessible by people who use mobility aids such as wheelchairs, unless otherwise noted.
SDAC coordinates services for D/deaf and hard of hearing students, faculty, staff, and visitors for University-sponsored courses, programs, meetings, and events.
- American Sign Language (ASL) to English Interpreting - American Sign Language Request Form (NetBadge login required)
- Captioning - Captioning Request Form (NetBadge login required)
- Live Real Time Captioning Services for classes and events
- Post-production Captioning Services for video and audio material used in/for classes or events
- Assistive Technology such as FM systems
- Other accommodations as appropriate
Contact information of local vendors for rental equipment, equipment repair, or purchase of needed supplies.
The University of Virginia’s Office of Major Events manages Finals Weekend and other special events intended for a University-wide audience and offers services for persons with disabilities and/or limited mobility during Finals Weekend.
Information is provided to assist in making your visit, or stay, as easy as possible.
UVA accessibility professionals support and encourage the addition/installation of hearing loop (induction loop) technology as the recommended assistive listening system (ALS) for large venues, auditoriums, classrooms, reception areas, ticket counters, and other appropriate spaces throughout the Academic Grounds, athletic venues, and Health System at the University of Virginia.
The University of Virginia and the Department of Parking & Transportation is committed to providing accessible services for students, faculty, staff, patients, and visitors of the University.
The University of Virginia is committed to ensuring that all of its services, programs, and activities are accessible to individuals with disabilities. To that end, the University’s ADA Coordinator has developed these Procedures to ensure that third parties with disabilities, including visitors to the University, know what steps to follow should they need to request reasonable accommodations.
Parking & Transportation
The University of Virginia and the Department of Parking & Transportation is committed to providing accessible services for students, faculty, staff, patients, and visitors of the University on a first-come, first-served basis.