Disability Access

Online resources during COVID-19 pandemic: Please go to the Disability Access internal campus website for virtual office hours and other supports and resources for students, staff, and faculty! We are here for all your disability accommodation support needs - as well as general campus support during these times!

Empowering students to be active and independent learners
in pursuit of their academic success. 
 

In this time of change and challenging circumstances, we want to support you and your academic efforts!

Please see this Academic Support Guide for success in an online learning environment. *Details will be added to this guide as they continue to develop.*


These are unprecedented times for Gonzaga University staff, faculty and students. The Center provides virtual resources to help students towards a successful end to their spring semester as well as assistance in planning for the upcoming Fall semester.

While we are not able to offer in-person sessions at this time, we are still here for you via Zoom, Phone or Email!


Overview 

The Disability Access office in the Center for Student Academic Success at Gonzaga University establishes accommodations for students with disabilities as well as supports faculty and staff in providing those accommodations.

Telephone and Fax Information

  • On-campus: ext. 4134
  • Off-campus: (509) 313-4134
  • Office fax: (509) 313-5523

Quick Resources

Disability Access Brochure

We are dedicated to facilitating and co-creating a welcoming and equal opportunity environment for persons with disabilities.

How to Secure Accommodations

Learn how to work with the Disability Access team to secure needed accommodations.

Request an Interpreter

Complete this online form to request an interpreter.

Report Access Barriers

Send a message to the Disability Access team.

GU Conflict Resolution Procedure

View our established procedure for addressing conflicts concerning disability access and accommodation.

Report Harassment or Discrimination

Please use this form if you feel you have experienced, heard or witnessed an incident of discrimination or harassment.

Contact Disability Access

Send a message
502 E. Boone Avenue
Foley Library, Room 208
AD Box 19
(509) 313-4134