Welcome and thank you for visiting this updated website designed specifically to support faculty and staff members at UCF. Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is committed to partnering with faculty and staff to provide UCF students with access to opportunities for academic success and personal development. This shared commitment extends beyond providing accommodations required by law; it reaches towards excellence, one of the five tenets of the UCF Creed.
UCF has a rich history of promoting diversity and inclusion, and Student Accessibility Services has been part of this celebrated tradition for decades. Working with faculty and staff members in meeting the curricular and co-curricular needs of students with disabilities is at the core of what SAS is about.
Below is a link to ten things we believe faculty and staff should know about SAS. This website is full of other information and resources to assist the UCF community with leveling the playing field for students with disabilities. We encourage you to look around, visit often and follow up with us in person if we can assist you in providing opportunities through access.
- 10 Important Things for Faculty to Know About SAS
- Examples of SAS Communications sent to Faculty
- SAS Assistive Technology Available for Loan
- Report a Physical Access Barrier
Adam Meyer, PhD, CRC Director