Accessibility Map

The University of Kansas is continually striving to improve accessibility on campus. If you have questions about accessibility or with relation to improved accessibility, be sure to call the ADA Resource Center for Equity and Accessibility by calling 785-864-4946.

Adams Alumni Center I4
Allen Field House C9 
Amini Scholarship Hall J5
Anderson Strength Center B9
Anschutz Science Library D7
Anschutz Sports Pavilion B9
Art and Design Building D6
Baehr Audio-Reader Center D1
Bailey Hall G6
Bales Organ Recital Hall WD1
Battenfeld Scholarship Hall I7
Bridwell Botany Research Lab WD4
Broadcasting Hall (KANU) D6
Budig Hall E6
Burge Union A8
Burt Hall B6
Campanile G5
Carruth O'Leary Hall D4
Chamney Barn WA1
Chancellor's Residence J8
Child Care Facility A9
Computer Services Facility G9
Continuing Education I4
Corbin Residence Hall J1
Core Library WE3
Danforth Chapel I6
Dole Human Development Center F8
Dole Institute & Archive WD1
Douthart Scholarship Hall I6
Dyche Hall H6
Ellsworth Residence Hall WF2
Endowment Association Building WE2
Environmental Studies Building J6
Facilities Operations G7
Foley Hall WD4
Fraser Hall H7
Gertrude Sellards Pearson Res. Hall I1
Grace Pearson Scholarship Hall I5
Green Hall B7
Hall Center (Watkins Home) H8
Hambleton Hall WE3
Hashinger Residence Hall WF1
Haworth Hall F8
Hazardous Materials Building WD3
Hilltop Child Development Center I5
Horejsi Family Athletic Center B9
Hoglund-Maupin Bleachers B10
Housing Maintenance Shop WD1
Inter X WD4
Jayhawk Bookstore (private) C5
Jayhawker Towers A7
Joseph R. Pearson Hall D3
Kansas Union I5
Kurata Thermodynamics Lab WD3
Learned Hall B6
Lewis Residence Hall WF1
Lied Center WE1
Lindley Hall, Annex D6
Lippincott Hall H6
(Wilcox Classical Museum)
Malott Hall F7
Margaret Amini Hall J5
Marvin Hall E6
McCollum Residence Hall WF2
McCollum Labs WE4
Memorial Stadium G2
Military Science Building E7
Miller Scholarship Hall I7
Moore Hall WE3
Motor Pool WA1
Multicultural Resource Center E7
Murphy Hall D7
New Engineering Building C7
New Parking Garage H4
Nichols Hall WD2
Nunemaker Hall WF1
Oliver Residence Hall C12
Oread Labs (private) WD4
Parker Hall WE3
Parking Facility (Garage) C8
Parrott Athletic Complex B9
Pearson Scholarship Hall J7
Pharmaceutical Chemistry Labs WE4
Printing Services WC1
Quigley Field C10
Robinson Health & PE Center E9
Simons Bioscience Research Labs WE4
Smissman Research Labs WD4 Smith Hall I5
Snow Hall (Entomology Museum) E5
Spahr Engineering Library C6
Spencer Museum of Art H5
Spencer Research Library F5
Spooner Hall I6
(Museum of Anthropology)
Sprague Apartments I6
Stauffer-Flint Hall G7
Stephenson Scholarship Hall J6
Stouffer Place WG2
Student Recreation & Fitness Center F11
Sudler House; Annex (KJHK) D1
Summerfield Hall E8
Sunflower Apartments E1
Templin Residence Hall WF1
Twente Hall H7
University Press, Warehouse WB1
University Relations Center I5
Visitors Center WF1
Watkins Health Center E9
Watkins Home (Hall Center) H8
Watkins Scholarship Hall I7
Watson Library H7
Wescoe Hall F7
Western Civ Annex J6
Youngberg Hall WD2

Accessible Jayhawk iconAlerts!

Maintenance at Structural Biology Center on 10/29 at noon. Water will be shut down.


Events
News

Interested in becoming an audio describer for events at local theaters? Register now for the November training on Sunday the 12th. 

Come learn about Project Search and enjoy free coffee and donuts! October 26, 9:30 - 11:00 at Watson Library room 455. You'll learn about this unique program that gives young adults with intellectual disabilities experience with hands on employment training. This is a project that benefits the participants and the departments they work for. Learn more on the 26th!

Keep checking Audio Description services provided by Audio Reader for details about Lied Center, Theater Lawrence, and Starlight events that will be described. Grease and Catch Me If You Can are just two of the events coming up that will have audio description available!

he next Alliance for Economic Inclusion meeting will be August 19, 2017 at the Kauffman Foundation from 8am-noon. The meeting will concentrate on resources for the aging population and people with disabilities in Metropolitan Kansas City. Register using the AEI online registration. 

Interested in inclusive music and dance? Spaces are still available for performers of all abilities to participate in a free week-long event (August 7 - 12) with Jesse Stewart, internationally acclaimed musician, scholar, educator, and founder of We Are All Musicians. Register online by July 28th. Email questions to improv@ku.edu

KU professor developing a video game to prepare students with disabilitie for STEM careers

Matthew W. Mosconi assumes the directorship of the Kansas Center for Autism Research and Training, or K-CART

12-Year-Old Creating Yelp-like  App for Accessibility

Audio description available at The Theater Lawrence, the Lied Center, and Starlight!  See Audio Description services provided by Audio Reader for more details.  

New logo selected for the hawk route and future accessible campus routes from over 40 student design submissions. 

The Kansas Autism Conference will be held March 3 and Johnson County Community College. Register now through March 1

Get information about receiving audio description at home on your television from the American Council for the Blind

Read about the signing of the rule regarding movie captioning and audio description

Disability Studies Seminar at the Hall Center for Humanities on Nov 17

AXIS Dance Company - Changing the face of dance and disability event. 

Audio Description services provided by Audio Reader will be available for various theater and museum events in Lawrence. 

Register now for Audio Description training

Chancellor's message regarding 26th Anniversary of the ADA

Proclamation from the Governor

Proclamation of the 26th anniversary of the ADA will take place at the Lawrence City Hall meeting on July 19th at 5:45.

KU Law Professor Mike Hoeflich's opinion column on disability and accessibility

Disability rights groups march in Topeka in support of federal legislation

U.S. Dept. Of Education Releases NPRM to Improve Equity for Students with Disabilities

EEO Proposes 12% of Federal Agencies Staff Should Be Workers with Disabilities

National Council on Disability Commends Senate Commerce Committee for Hearings on Self-Driving Cars

Testing Accommodations

Building Disability Literacy, One Brick At a Time

A Point of View: Happiness and Disability

CDC Offers New Stats On Disability Prevalence

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