UAF Disability Services
About Disability Services
Summer Hours: May 16-August 5, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 am-1:00 pm
At UAF Disability Services, our goal is to provide UAF students with access to academic classes and course materials through an interactive accommodation process.
UAF Disability Services provides accommodations to students on the Fairbanks campus as well as on the Bristol Bay, Chukchi, Interior Aleutians, Kuskokwim, Northwest, Community Technical College (CTC), UAF eLearning & Distance Education, and College for Rural and Community Development (CRCD) campuses.
Students using community campuses or distance learning programs should contact Disability Services via telephone, fax, e-mail, U.S. postal mail, or in person to request and arrange for accommodations.
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Quick Helpful Facts:
UAF is obligated to provide accommodation only to the known limitations of an otherwise qualified student who has a disability. Please identify yourself to UAF Disability Services by applying for accommodations.
To be considered for UAF Disability Services accommodations individuals must be enrolled for at least one credit as a UAF student.
Applications for services can be hand-delivered, emailed, faxed or mailed to Disability Services.
If you need assistance with completion of any form, contact UAF Disability Services by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone at (907)474-5655, or by TTY at (907)474-1827.
An accessible shuttle for use by students, faculty and staff is scheduled on a priority basis for students who have mobility disabilities. Students requiring door to door pick up are required to present documentation to Disability Services. The shuttle bus transports eligible UAF students between UAF facilities. Community buses are accessible and stop on campus.
Shuttle Bus main office phone: (907)474-6857
Direct Shuttle Driver Phone: (907)474-7433 (RIDE) Hours: 7:15 am- 10:30pm
Please visit Facilities Services Shuttle Bus for detailed information on campus and city transportation.
All parking on campus requires payment of a parking fee no matter who you are or where you park.
For those requiring a permanent handicap parking permit contact the Alaska Division of Motor Vehicles, visit the State of Alaska DMV Disabled Parking FAQ or call (907)474-7275.
For temporary permits for campus use only, contact UAF Parking at (907)474-7275. You must present medical documentation in order to obtain a permit.
See UAF Parking for further information.
From mid-September to the end of April the UAF campus experiences snow and ice. The conditions may pose particular challenges to individuals with mobility or visual impairments. We encourage students to identify themselves to the Disability Services office so that we can best assist with safe routes and priority snow removal.