Provide Accommodations

Faculty, instructors and staff play an integral role in creating a welcoming and inclusive campus for students with disabilities. Here are a few ways you can help ensure that all academic and campus facilities and programs are accessible.

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Syllabus Statement

We encourage you to inform students of their rights, and provide information on how to contact Accessibility Resources to request reasonable accommodations. The simplest way to do so is to include a statement on the course syllabus. Please feel free to use the following sample statement on your syllabus:

Reasonable accommodations for equal access to this course because of disability should be requested through:

Accessibility Resources
60 Capen Hall
716-645-2608

Refer a Student to Accessibility Resources

If you know a student who may benefit from accommodations, you may refer them to Accessibility Resources on a confidential basis. Please note that students with disabilities are entitled to privacy with respect to their disabilities. We encourage you to read the Reasonable Accommodation Policy.

Understand How Students Receive Accommodations

  • Step 1. The student should request an accommodation from Accessibility Resources
  • Step 2. If the reasonable accommodation is approved, Accessibility Resources will issue an Accommodation Memo
  • Step 3. The student is responsible for sharing this Accommodation Memo with you, and consulting with you about the accommodations that need to be made

Get Help from Accessibility Resources

Accessibility Resources coordinates reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities, and is available to consult with you on any issues related to disability and accessibility.

Reasonable Accommodation Policy

UB’s Reasonable Accommodation Policy provides detailed information about UB’s ongoing commitment to accessibility.

More information about university policies that prohibit discrimination on the basis of disability is available from the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.

Need Help?

University at Buffalo
60 Capen Hall, North Campus
Buffalo, NY 14260

Phone: (716) 645-2608; Fax: (716) 645-3116