Services for Students with Disabilities

These resources and services are to assist students with disabilities on the U-M campus and in the local community. In some cases, but not all, a student has to register with the SSD office to access these services. Please contact us to learn more about the registration process.

Crisler Center is Accessible

The University of Michigan has established these policies and procedures in an effort to ensure that our guests with a disability enjoy their game day experience at Crisler Center. If you have any questions about these policies and procedures, please see the nearest Event Team Member. Also, if you have any post-game day input, please email us at

Crisler Center seating chart

Proctor Options for Out-of-Residence Exams

The LSA Testing Accommodation Center (TAC) serves the College by providing reasonable testing accommodations to students with verified disabilities who are enrolled in LSA courses. The TAC is not available for proctoring exams for out-of-residence coursework. Here is a list of proctor options at the University of Michigan and at other agencies and institutions.

Reading Rooms

Hatcher Graduate Library has two reading rooms that students may use if they need reasonably quiet study environments.

Hatcher Graduate Library at UM

Video Phone - 4th Floor Michigan Union

The Sorenson video phone, previously located on the first floor of the Michigan Union, has moved to the 4th floor. It is now across from the Greek Life Office. 

Sorenson Video Phone