At UCLA there are a number of departments and programs charged with providing a variety of accommodations for people with disabilities. Our goal in building this site is to create a comprehensive "table of contents" so that you can quickly locate the information or service you're interested in.
Frequently Visited Departments
ADA & 504 Compliance Office - Monroe Gorden
A239 Murphy Hall
Provides guidance to campus constituents regarding University compliance with the ADA and Section 504, as well as related University policy.
Phone: (310) 825-1514,
Alt.Phone: (310) 825-7906, TTY / TTD: (310) 206-3349, Fax: (310) 206-9228
Center for Accessible Education - Ed McCloskey (Director)
A255 Murphy Hall
For regularly enrolled university students who have disabilities to obtain academic support services and for information to help get around campus.
Phone: 310-825-1501, TTY / TTD: 310-206-6083, Fax: 310-825-9656
Disabilities and Computing Program - Andrew Browning
4909 Math Sciences
Provides training on electronic accessibility
Disability Studies Minor - Kyle McJunkin
Interdisciplinary program leading to a Minor, with courses including law, social work, architecture and many other fields.
Phone: (310) 825-3223
Employee Disability Management Services - Adrienne Malka
Wilshire Center, 10920 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 860
EDMS' focus is to 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.
Phone: (310) 794-6948,
Alt.Phone: (310) 794-8012, Fax: (310) 794-6957
Parking Services - Staff Parking
Daytime and evening campus transportation for staff with either temporary or permanent disabilities
Phone: (310) 206-3884
UCLA Extension - Students with Disabilities
10995 Le Conte Avenue, Room 114
For Extension students with disabilities to obtain academic support services.
Phone: (310) 825-7851, TTY / TTD: (310) 825-7851
UCLA Library - Disability Resources
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.
Phone: (310) 825-1084