Disability Resources

The University of California is committed to taking concrete steps to ensure that our websites and online resources are accessible to people with disabilities.  The federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 and other federal and state laws, as well as the University of California Guidelines Applying to Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability, require that persons with disabilities have equal opportunity to enjoy campus programs, activities, and benefits. 

Application Assistance:

If you need assistance with applying for positions online: If you are a UCB employee and need HR assistance please contact your region. If you are not a UCB employee and you have a question, you may contact the People & Culture First Contact team at (510) 664-9000 and they will route your question to the appropriate team for follow-up.
Via California relay service: 1-800-735-2929


If you are visiting the UC Berkeley campus and need information on visitor services and parking and transportation, please visit: http://access-guide.berkeley.edu/dp_parking.shtml


A comprehensive list of resources for individuals with disabilities can also be reviewed on the Equity & Inclusion website.

Disability Access Services provides information and/or assistance to the UC Berkeley campus community and individuals with disabilities who require access to participate in University sponsored non-course related programs or activities.

Information about Berkeley’s commitment to technology access can be viewed Here.

For assistance with campus online resource accessibility technology, contact webaccess@lists.berkeley.edu.

The Library at UC Berkeley also provides assistance for users with disabilities.