Disability Access and Accommodations

In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), as amended, the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and relevant local, state, and federal law, the University provides individuals with disabilities equal access to University programs or activities.


Accommodation for events, education, and employment.

Students ~ Employees ~ Visitors

Students ~ Employees ~ Visitors

Students ~ Employees ~ Visitors

Buildings, routes & parking

Accessing buildings, navigating campus and disabled parking.

Accessible routes & entrances
Disability parking

Accessible routes
Disability parking

Disability parking


Accessible documents, websites, videos, software and hardware.
Creating accessible websites
Creating accessible documents and document conversion

Policy, law and reporting

University policy, federal and state law, complaint reporting.
Policy and law
Service animals
Complaint reporting

ADA Coordinator

Bree Callahan
(206) 543-9717 (voice and relay) or

The ADA Coordinator consults and assists members of the University of Washington community with concerns or inquiries regarding the ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. Responsibilities include:

  • Provide leadership, coordination and oversight to advance the University’s ADA/Section 504 mission, vision and strategic priorities relating to accessibility
  • Consult and collaborate with a broad network of University partners, offices, and programs who in turn provide direct support, resources and outreach on ADA/Section 504 matters and initiatives
  • Facilitate University-wide ADA/Section 504-related education and outreach
  • Identify and coordinate response to patterns or systemic issues relating to ADA/Section 504 concerns
  • Provide information and assistance to individuals who wish to raise a complaint or have concerns or questions regarding ADA/Section 504
  • Consult with the University entities responsible for investigating and responding to ADA/Section 504 complaints
  • Monitor and coordinate compliance with federal, state, and local laws, resolution agreements, and regulatory guidance related to ADA/Section 504