Use the checkboxes to filter resources based on your needs. As you select the boxes the resources list will automatically update as you scroll past the filter to view your selection. All confidential resources will have the word “confidential” in a purple box listed under the title of the resource.
Academic Human Resources administers and provides consultation related to programs, policies, and procedures for instructional and primary faculty, as well as Graduate Student Instructors, Graduate Student Research Assistants and Graduate Student Staff Assistants. AHR is also responsible for union contract issues and processes for academic employees.
Student Accessibility and Accommodations Services (SAAS) offers Academic Support & Access Partnerships (ASAP) to help students registered with the Services for Students with Disabilities office make the most of their academic experience.
Information about the supports that exist at Michigan Medicine and the departments and offices that provide assistance.
Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) provides a list of accessible bathrooms across all U-M campuses in the Ann Arbor Area. Search alphabetically by building or by campus.
U-M Health provides a variety of parking options for patients, including on-site parking structures as well as valet services. Accessible parking spaces are available at all parking structures.
Learn how to request parking services to accommodate disabilities.
Wheelchair ticket policies and infomation for Michigan Stadium Football Games.
U-M is committed to ensuring that graduate students receive appropriate reasonable accommodations so that all students are supported in all aspects of their educational experience, including their employment related to their graduate education. There are a number of campus resources available to help graduate students with disabilities navigate the accommodation process.
The Services for Students with Disabilities office (SSD) strives to proactively identify and remove access barriers and promote inclusion and minimize the need for individual accommodations. Upon request, the University will provide reasonable academic accommodation(s) to otherwise qualified students as required by law to ensure equal access to educational opportunities.
The aim of the U-M Adaptive Sports & Fitness program is to increase awareness about, knowledge of, access to, and participation in adaptive sports and fitness among people with and without disabilities.
A list of adaptive software and hardware resources.
Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) provided maps showing construction zones on campus.