University ADAAA/Section 504/EIR Coordinator
Dr. Jennifer Maedgen, senior associate vice president in the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement, serves as the ADAAA/504 Coordinator for the campus, as well as the Electronic Information Resources (EIR) Coordinator. She has oversight responsibility for the Office of Institutional Equity and Services for Students with Disabilities and works with both of these offices to provide equal access and a welcoming and inclusive environment for individuals with disabilities.
Ms. Katherine Antwi Green, assistant vice president, in the Office of Institutional Equity, serves as the deputy ADAAA coordinator, and assists with faculty, staff, and student employee accommodation requests. The Office of Institutional Equity also investigates complaints of discrimination on the basis of disability.
ADAAA Policies and Procedures
- ADAAA Policy - Disability Accommodation for Applicants and Employees
- Ask an ADAAA Question or Send Comments
- UT Employee Request for Accommodation (PDF) or UT Employee Request for Accommodation (MS Word) (download Adobe Reader - download MS Word Viewer)
- ADA Home Page (federal)
- Accommodation Process for Job Applicants and University Employees
UT Resources for Persons with Disabilities
- Accessibility Maps of Campus
- 8/2008 Update: Darrell K Royal Stadium Accessibility
- Construction Updates - information regarding campus construction projects and how they may affect you.
- In Their Shoes (requires EID) - an interactive web-based program that provides insight to walk in the shoes of an individual with a disability.
- Parking for Persons with Disabilities
Web Accessibility Resources
- Designing Accessible Web Sites
- UT Austin Web Accessibility Policy
- WebAim Section 508 Web Accessibility Checklist
Additional Resources for Persons with Disabilities
- Governor's Committee on People with Disabilities
- Relay Texas - (1-800-RELAY-TX for TDD users; 1-800-RELAY-VV for voice calls) Relay Texas provides comprehensive access to the telephone network by Texans who are telecommunicatively challenged (deaf, deaf-blind, hard-of-hearing or speech-impaired), and to allow hearing persons a way to contact persons with these disabilities.
- Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services (DARS)