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Products, services, processes, and environments are considered accessible when they are usable by people with disabilities.
The University of Michigan is required under laws including the Americans with Disabilities Act (as revised, 2008) and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 (Section 508) to ensure facilities, programs, information technology, and communications are accessible to a set of minimum standards set by the Department of Justice and U.S. Access Board.
Exceptions to the Minimum ADA Standards
LSA Facility Accessibility
LSA Facilities & Operations oversees LSA building accessibility, including entryways into our buildings. They also manage the LSA furniture stock, including adaptive furniture such as adjustable-height tables.
Information about accessible entry-points and elevator access in LSA buildings is available through this interactive campus map.
Request Facility or Furniture Modifications
Report LSA Facility Accessibility Issues
LSA employees also utilize services and facilities available to the broader U-M community, such as U-M's libraries, museums, transit services, healthcare, and recreation programs. Accessibility information is provided below for various campus spaces and services.
Outdoor Spaces & Snow Removal
Sports & Recreation
Parking & Transportation
The Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility SPG was launched in 2022 to codify U-M's commitment to creating a comprehensively accessible digital environment for individuals with disabilities. Electronic and information technology includes digital documents, media, software, and websites (both public websites and intranet websites).
U-M resources that assist with digital accessibility and information about how to report digital accessibility issues is provided below. This section will be updated as new resources are added.