Center for Disability & Access
Please request your accommodation memos for the Spring Semester 2024 now. It may take
two (2) business days for your instructors to have access to your accommodations memos
so please plan accordingly.
Once your memos are in place, please schedule ALL of your exams and quizzes for the current semester through CDA
as soon as possible so that CDA can make sure that there is space for you. CDA provides courtesy reminder
calls to help you with exam scheduling, but it is your responsibility to schedule
your exams for the semester. Due to space limitations, CDA cannot schedule same day
exams. Additionally, any exams being scheduled for the for the next business day must
be scheduled no later than 2:00PM (Mountain Time) the previous business day.
Questions about exam scheduling? Please contact the CDA office, 162 Olpin Union, 801-581-5020
Additionally, please review the Exam Accommodations Student Policies section of our website.
If you would like CDA to proctor your students' exams, please make sure to add all quiz and exam dates for your course(s) when you complete
the accommodation form located on the CDA Faculty Portal.
CDA does not have a designated testing center and needs this information as early
in the semester as possible to procure enough testing space for the entire semester.
CDA is not able to provide accommodations for same day exams.
There has been an update to the time frame for exams to be provided to CDA for proctoring.
Exams should be provided to CDA 12:00 (noon) the business day prior to the exam in
order to facilitate the process of exam proctoring. Thank you for your support.
Scholarships Available for the 2024-2025 School Year!
Applications are open for The Center for Disability & Access Scholarships! Please
review the options on our website at https://disability.utah.edu/students/scholarships.php and Apply Now!
The Universal Design & Access Committee has been overseeing the “Path to a More Accessible
U” project. We need your help with a survey which aims to provide recommendations
and strategies to make the University campus more accessible and inclusive.
Are you interested in working with a Peer Mentor?
The Center for Disability & Access offers the UReach Peer Mentor Program for eligible CDA students to meet one on one with a peer mentor throughout the school
year and learn about campus resources, strengthen self advocacy skills, and increase
executive funcitioning, and build a social network.