About the Student Access Center

The mission of the Student Access Center (SAC) is to facilitate appropriate resources, services and auxiliary aids to allow each qualified student with a disability to equitably access educational, social, and career opportunities at the University of Kansas.

Components of the SAC include staff members with expertise in the areas of Learning Disorders/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders, Physical Disabilities, Psychological, Chronic Medical or Health disabilities, Deafness & Hard of Hearing and Blindness & Visual Impairment. While the staff will diligently strive to make each student's experience at KU an enriching one, it is the responsibility of each student to maintain contact with the SAC and inform us of his/her needs. The SAC is just one of the many resources available to students at KU. Qualified students are encouraged to utilize services available throughout the campus (e.g., Universtiy Academic Support Centers, Writing Center, Math Help Rooms, as well as services through our office.


Access Online

Use Access Online. See our quick-start guide to request accommodations. View our step-by-step guide

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