Services for Students with Disabilities

How to Get Around Campus

The University of Michigan has an Interactive Campus MapThis map allows users to easily navigate between campuses, view accessible entrances, lighted pathways, and even the nearest parking lots. For ease of use, you are able to search UMich's buildings by name or acronym. 


Study Spaces 

There are plenty of great places to study on and around campus. Visit Campus Information’s Study Spaces website for a detailed list of locations. Although not a comprehensive list, there are some great suggestions for study locations at the University of Michigan. 

IMPORTANT: Some of these spaces are currently closed due to COVID-19.


Accessible Bathrooms

SSD has compiled a list of accessible bathrooms across all campuses in the Ann Arbor Area. You can search alphabetically by building or by campus using the links below:


Physical Access Issues 

To report broken Elevators and/or Automatic Door Openers in Campus Buildings, you can call (734) 647-2059 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Students who experience access issues in Residence Halls should contact their RA or Building Manager for Assistance. 

Custodial & Ground Services provide Snow Removal Services for students and staff with mobility concerns. To contact the Custodial and Ground Services complete the Snow Removal Request Form.


VideoPhones

The University of Michigan has two public VideoPhones for use by staff, students and visitors. One is located on Central Campus on the 4th floor of Michigan Union (take the elevators to the 4th floor, exit to the left, the VideoPhone is in the first cubicle). The second VideoPhone is located on North Campus in Pierpont Commons located on the Mezzanine level near the catering office around the corner from the CIC Desk. 

 

Assistive Technology Resources

Assistive Technology Tools allows disabled students to have a more comprehensive and equitable educational experience to their non-disabled peers. Below is a list of free and purchasable Assistive Technologies. Most of these resources have free trials and how-to-videos you can explore. If you have any questions about a specific technology please contact your SSD Coordinator.

Information and Technology Services supports all public computing sites across campus and provides assistive technology on those computers. 

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