ADA and Accessibility Services at VCU

VCU follows federal and state laws and regulations regarding access for people with disabilities. These include the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA), ADA Standards for Accessible Design, and Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. The Accessibility and Reasonable Accommodation for Individuals with Disabilities Policy applies to the entire university community and third parties. We also partner with Parking & Transportation.

We collaborate with Student Accessibility and Educational Opportunity and the Division for Academic Success.  These partner offices provide ADA accommodations for students on the Monroe Park Campus and the VCU Health Campus, respectively. 

Our services include:

  • Consulting with employees and their managers about the accommodations process. 
  • Providing ADA accommodations.
  • Coordinating with VCU departments to provide access to university programs, activities, services, and facilities.
  • Coordinating with Web Services on accessibility of VCU webpages.
  • Providing education and training on ADA-related topics.
  • Reviewing grievance policies and procedures related to access and ADA.

If you have any questions or you need assistance with information on this site, please send an email to or call (804) 828-1347.


All VCU employees are invited to voluntarily self-identify their veteran status, disability status, race and ethnicity. Providing this self-identification information will support the university’s equal employment opportunity and affirmative action initiatives. To self-identify, login to eServices and select the "Personal Information" tab. Options to self-identify veteran classification, disability status, and ethnicity and race are available in separate links.