Office of Educational Accessibility
About Educational Accessibility
The Office of Educational Accessibility (OEA) provides support through reasonable accommodations, advocacy, and consultation to promote independence and inclusion in all areas of university life. OEA works to break down barriers that hinder student success, and promotes inclusive best practices in the areas of teaching and learning.
University of the Arts is committed to providing equal access to individuals with disabilities in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the ADA of 1990 and the ADA amended.
UArts values diverse types of learners and is committed to the ways in which a neurodiverse community can enhance our academic environment and deepen our University's strategic mission.
Registration for Services, Resources, and Information
Students who have a diagnosed medical, physical, psychological, and/or learning disability, may qualify for reasonable accommodations at the University of the Arts.
To receive academic or residential accommodations students must register with the Office of Educational Accessibility. Click here for details about the registration process.
OEA has a variety of resources to support faculty in creating an accessible and inclusive classroom environment.
Click here to visit our Faculty Resources page.
An important part of success in college is staying organized and setting concrete goals. We encourage students to create strong personal and academic skills during the semester that will become important life-long learning habits for the future. Please see our Academic Tools & Resources page for more information.
Please see our Office of Educational Accessibility informational brochure for general information about OEA, accommodations, and registering for services.
Registering with the Office of Educational Accessibility
- Pre-Intake Form - please complete this form to initiate the process of registering for academic or housing accommodations.
For Students Currently Registered with the Office of Educational Accessibility
- Request Form for Course Access Memo
- Request Form for Test Accommodations
- Request Form for Note Taking Assistance
- Request for Books in Digital Format
For Students Requesting Accommodations in Residential Living