The University of Tampa fully supports the efforts and welfare of all its students. One such avenue of support lies in the provision of reasonable accommodations to eligible students who may have disabilities as defined in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). UT is fully committed to act in compliance with all ADA mandated requirements.
The University faculty and staff are mindful of the diversity of the student body and act in ways to promote the academic success of each individual. The Office of Student Accessibility and Academic Support is committed to the principles and practices of universal design and provides students with disabilities needed accommodations that equalize their access to the educational experience.
Our main goal is to encourage student growth towards self-advocacy and independence, and we will serve as a source of support and information for the student. Ultimately, the office believes in a student’s right to academic self-determination.
SAS actively promotes awareness of current disability issues and policies to the campus community.
Requesting Accommodations for the First Time?
For more information about the accommodations process, view our Registering with a Disability page.
The University of Tampa uses Accommodate by Symplicity to manage student accommodations. Students who have already been approved for accommodations on campus can log in to MyUTampa and select Accommodate to view their accommodations.
Welcome to the Fall 2022 semester!
Current students: please reach out to us if you have any questions about generating your letter of accommodation. This letter of accommodation should be sent as soon as possible at the beginning of the semester in order to utilize your accommodations.
The Testing Center is moving! Starting in Fall 2022, the Testing Center will be located on the second floor of the newly constructed Technology Building and will feature enhanced exam/quiz security including additional proctoring cameras, increased number of proctors to monitor student examinations and glass windows that allow for Testing Center staff to constantly proctor students in the testing space.
Who do you work with at SAS?
We organize the students that we work with based on last name. The following guide will be helpful in finding the SAS staff member you will work with regarding your accommodations:
Zach McDowell: Last Name A—K
Gabe Wright: Last Name L—Z
Free Online Assistive Technology for Students, Faculty and Staff
With students taking classes remotely, it is still important to be able to access assistive technology (AT) software. Home licenses for JAWS, ZoomText or Fusion is available for those located in the U.S. and Canada, free of charge. For those located outside of the previously listed locations, AT software solutions are in the works at this time. Learn more by visiting Freedom Scientific.
General Contact Information
Student Accessibility and Academic Support
Student Accessibility Services
2nd Floor, Technology Building
Office Hours: Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Summer Hours: Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
- Student Accessibility Services
- Testing Center
- Academic Support
- Academic Accommodations
- Access Barrier Report Form
- Documentation Requirements
- Faculty Guidelines and Resources
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Appeal and Grievance Procedures
- Registering with a Disability
- Student Guidelines