Institutional Compliance, Equity, and Title IX Initiatives

Accessibility & ADA

UT Dallas is committed to providing equal access and opportunity to persons with disabilities and preventing discrimination on the basis of disability in all aspects of its programs and activities.

What Our Office Does

The ADA Coordinator, within Institutional Compliance, Equity, and Title IX Initiatives (ICET), coordinates the University’s efforts to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. In addition, ICET handles complaints of discrimination or harassment based on disability brought to us by employees, students, applicants for admission or employment, visitors, or others within the campus community.

Workplace and educational accommodations are determined by campus representatives with expertise in the area (see Policy for Reasonable Accommodations for Persons with Disabilities). The ADA Coordinator can direct employees and students to the appropriate campus offices and assist visitors to campus with finding the resources they need. If you need assistance, please call 972-883-5331 or email If you wish to file a disability-related complaint, you can submit an Incident Report form.

Requesting Reasonable Accommodations

If you believe that you need an accommodation due to disability, please initiate a request for an accommodation through the appropriate campus contact listed below.


Please contact Employee Relations by phone at 972-883-2221 or email


Please contact the Office of Student AccessAbility by phone at 972-883-2098 or email

Applicants and Visitors

Please contact the ADA Coordinator by phone at 972-883-5331 or email

Barriers on Campus

UT Dallas strives to prevent and remove barriers to access through maintenance and response to reported problems. Individuals who encounter a physical, electronic, or programmatic barrier on campus, such as an inoperative elevator, an inaccessible website, a blocked access ramp or any other access barrier, can assist the University in this effort by identifying the problem so the barrier can be removed as quickly as possible in order to maintain access for everyone.

To report a barrier, please submit a Report a Barrier form, call 972-883-5331, or email