Disability Access Services

Advancing accessibility for students with disabilities.

The mission of Disability Access Services (DAS) is to partner with the campus community in creating equitable access to eligible students while promoting disability-inclusive diversity. We address barriers in the learning, social, and physical environments of Concordia University Irvine through accommodations, education, consultation, and advocacy.

Request Accommodations

Any student with a documented learning, physical, or psychiatric disability who feels their disability may impact academic access may be qualified to receive accommodations. All discussions will remain confidential.

Ideally, students should request accommodations at the beginning of a term, but if an issue arises mid-semester, students should contact the DAS Coordinator as soon as possible. Not all mid-term requests can be guaranteed. Once your learning needs have been established and upon your consent, the DAS Coordinator will work with you and your professors.

Request Accommodations

Temporary Medical Condition

During your time at CUI, you may experience a temporary medical condition, such as an injury, surgery, or illness. Typically, these do not qualify students for ADA accommodations since they are not permanent disabilities; however, DAS recognizes that temporary medical conditions still impact a student’s learning experience, and we are here to support you.

Temporary Accommodations

Resources for Faculty & Staff

It is the policy and practice of Concordia University to create inclusive and accessible learning environments consistent with federal and state law. This only happens with collaboration and commitment to equal access, and DAS strives to be a good resource for faculty and staff in our mutual determination to make CUI accessible.

View Resources

Report an ADA Concern

All reports are confidential and go directly to the Associate VP for Student Affairs.

Report Concern

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