If you are a student and would like to file a disability-based discrimination grievance, please see UCLA Procedure 230.2: Student Grievances Regarding Violations of Anti-Discrimination Laws or University Policies on Discrimination Based on Disability.
The ADA/504 Compliance Office provides guidance to campus constituents regarding University compliance with the ADA and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as well as related University policy.
The Ombuds office assists members of the UCLA community with resolving conflicts, disputes or complaints on an informal basis. In order to afford visitors the greatest freedom in using its services, the office is independent, neutral and confidential.
Location: 501 Westwood Plaza, Suite 105
Phone: (310) 825-7627
Student Legal Services provides confidential legal counseling and assistance regarding a wide range of legal issues to all currently registered and enrolled UCLA students.
The UCLA Center for Accessible Education facilitates academic accommodations for regularly enrolled, matriculating students with documented permanent and temporary disabilities.
The Disabilities and Computing Program provides training on assistive technology and website accessibility.
The UCLA Library is committed to providing accessibility to library materials, programs and services in an overall program environment that encourages interaction among all users, including individuals with disabilities.
To call a library, select a specific library phone number.
Interdisciplinary program leading to a minor, with courses including law, social work, architecture and many other fields.
Location: A-316 Murphy Hall
Contact: Cyndi Tando
Daytime and evening campus parking is available for students, faculty and staff with either temporary or permanent disabilities. Both a UCLA Accessible Parking permit and disabled parking plate/placard are necessary to park in dedicated disability spots on campus.
Location: 555 Westwood Plaza, Suite 100
The Ashe Center is an accredited, on-campus health facility designed specifically to meet the needs of all currently registered UCLA students. The Ashe Center offers convenient, accessible, high-quality health care.
Location: 221 Westwood Plaza
Phone: (310) 825-4073
UCLA Recreation provides therapeutically based recreation programs for people with disabilities that expand their access to opportunities to recreation and sports.
CAPS provides short-term, high-quality mental health treatment including assessment, consultation and case management; group and individual therapy; and psychiatry services. CAPS also provides campus mental health training and wellness education, training and professional development for mental health providers, and connection to community resources and referrals.
Location: John Wooden Center West, 221 Westwood Plaza
Phone: (310) 825-0768
Campus Human Resources provides information regarding benefits, job and career opportunities, training and development services, policies, workplace programs and employee resources.
The Ergonomics Program provides employees with ergo-friendly solutions to a variety of work-related problems.
Employee Disability Management Services (EDMS) is a department within Insurance & Risk Management that helps keep employees working during and after a disabling condition, in accordance with UC policies, state and federal laws. EDMS facilitates the reasonable accommodation process with departments and employees.
Environment, Health and Safety promotes a safe and healthy environment supporting UCLA research, education, patient care and public service activities. It fulfills this mission through regulatory compliance, maintaining public health, providing support for research, protecting the environment, effective stewardship of UCLA resources, community service and outreach, and collaboration with internal and external groups.
The Healthcare Human Resources Department provides information regarding benefits, job and career opportunities, training and development services, policies, workplace programs and employee resources.
Location: 10920 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 400
Phone: (310) 794-0525
Pathway at UCLA Extension is a sequential program for students with intellectual and other developmental disabilities, offering a blend of educational, social and vocational experiences, taught and supervised by experienced instructors sensitive to the individual needs of our students. On campus, Pathway students attend classes and participate with UCLA students in the many social, recreational and cultural activities of a major university.
The Office of Disability Services provides academic support services to Extension students with disabilities.
The Tarjan Center is a bridge connecting the knowledge, expertise and resources of the university to persons with disabilities and the service delivery systems of the community. The Tarjan Center is a catalyst for collaboration, innovation and systems change to advance the self-determination and inclusion of people with disabilities. The Center does this through university and community education, technical assistance, program evaluation, research and demonstration of exemplary programs, and information dissemination.
The mission of the National Arts & Disability Center (NADC) is to promote the full inclusion of audiences and artists with disabilities into all facets of the arts community. The NADC is a project of the Tarjan Center. The information, technical assistance and evaluation services of the NADC aim to:
- Strengthen the capacity of the mainstream arts community to include artists and audiences with disabilities.
- Promote the professional development of artists with disabilities through access to educational, vocational and community activities, supports and networks.
The Special Patient Care Clinic specializes in advanced comprehensive general dentistry for patients with complex medical conditions and physical and mental disabilities. This program also provides dental services under sedation and in an operating room setting for patients unable to receive treatment in a routine dental setting.
Location: 714 Tiverton, A-level, Room A0-156 CHS
Phone: (310) 825-6510
Since 1991, the UCLA Longevity Center has focused on helping people live better, longer. It achieves this mission through cutting-edge research, innovative education, comprehensive patient care, and effective community service. By translating scientific discoveries into practical applications, the Center has distinguished itself as a pioneering leader in the field of longevity and aging well.