Accessibility Resources is UB’s Center for coordinating services and reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities to ensure their equitable access to all programs, services, and benefits of the University through individualized review, planning and collaborative implementation across campus. Providing a safe, welcoming, and comfortable approach that values disability as a vital contribution to diversity, we put meaningful participation opportunity into practice.
Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Monday 8:30 to 4 p.m.
Tuesday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
During normal business hours
The Accessibility Resources office is located on the ground floor of Capen Hall, in room 60, on the North Campus. Capen Hall is located adjacent to Flint Loop, on Putnam Way. To get to our office:
Randy has more than 25 years of experience directing disability service programs in postsecondary education. He also has an extensive history of volunteer leadership in community organizations, government services and professional-membership associations, including serving on the Board of Directors for People Inc.
An active member of the local community, Kristin worked as a school counselor at Stella Niagara Education Park before coming to UB.
Sue’s areas of interest and research include participation, disability studies and collaborative programming, as well as universal design and programming (including Universal Yoga). She enjoys working with all members of the UB community to learn about, design and implement education and participation opportunities for everyone. Sue is also a Registered Yoga Teacher.
Holly uses her background in educational technology and accessible interface design to support students’ efforts to access information, and communicate effectively using a variety of assistive technologies and services. She has been part of the UB community since 2002, first as a graduate student, and then as a researcher, adjunct instructor and staff member.
Laurie has more than 20 years of secretarial experience in an institutional setting, and is also a certified EMT.
Tina has worked extensively in the field of assistive technology, directing and managing projects related to assistive technology for persons of all ages.
Megan has over ten years of experience in direct services and project management. Prior to becoming a part of the University at Buffalo, she was a Program Manager for the National MS Society and a Project Manager for the NYS Area Health Education Center System.
The University at Buffalo is subject to various legal requirements regarding accommodations. Please read UB’s Reasonable Accommodations Policy to learn more. If you have a concern about accessibility at UB, please contact Accessibility Resources.