Office of Academic Accessibility

UNC Asheville recognizes disability as a valued aspect of diversity. We understand access as a matter of social justice, and strive to design more welcoming and inclusive environments. The Office of Academic Accessibility (OAA) works with students, faculty, and staff to ensure that all aspects of campus life, learning, working, and living are accessible.

Welcome New Students!

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1 - Get familiar with us

If you are still unsure about applying for accomodations,
take a moment to review our Frequently Asked Questions and Documentation Guidelines: 

2 - Apply for Accommodations

If you would like to request accommodations, your first step is to submit the online application.
You may submit any documentation that you feel is relevant to your application.

3 - Make an Appointment

Make an Appointment to get in touch with one of your staff members!
Appointments are currently scheduled using an online video application.
Auto-captioning is available upon request, and there is no requirement to have your video turned on.



 We will soon be moving into our own suite and housing the Disability Cultural Center!
Once this change is settled, we will have a lounge and library area dedicated to and about people with disabilities!

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