ADA Resource Center for Equity and Accessibility:
Contact the Director, Catherine Johnson, for general questions about accessibility.
For accessibility concerns related to commencement, visit the KU Commencement website.
Planning a visit to the campus to consider becoming a future Jayhawk? Contact the visitors center if you need accommodation during the visit. You can find the accessibility features of campus buildings on this map (PDF).
Information for parents of prospective and current students about utilizing academic accommodations and other services for students with disabilities at the University of Kansas.
If you are coming to the campus and need accessible parking, follow the directions on the parking website for options.
The Spencer Museum of Art offers accommodations for visitors to the museum and other art events they sponsor.
The KU Athletics Department works to promote accessibility at their events and has accessibility information available on their website.
The University Theatre offers accommodations to their full scale productions of musicals, dramas, comedies, and operas.
Accommodations are also available at the Lied Center.
The Hawk Route (PDF) provides an accessible route for getting from Sunnyside Avenue to Jayhawk Blvd and back.