JayLift Paratransit

The JayLift service is operated through KU on Wheels and is available for those with permanent or temporary injuries who cannot easily access the regular accessible KU Bus Route. JayLift can assist qualifying students by transporting them to classes and other activities. Transportation is only available on campus. If a student will need to use paratransit in Lawrence, it is imperative to be certified through the City of Lawrence.

Temporary injuries: To obtain authorization for this service please send documentation to our office from your doctor that specifies your diagnosis, your impairments, and the length of time that you will need assistance to and from classes.

Permanent conditions: For more specific guidelines please review the documentation guidelines and send your documentation to us.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I register for Jaylift?
  • To receive the curb-to-curb service, a student must register with The Academic Achievement and Access Center (AAAC). Documentation must be mailed, faxed (785-864-2817), emailed (jzloring@ku.edu or achieve@ku.edu), or hand-delivered to the AAAC office in 22 Strong.
  • Once the student has been approved for this service, AAAC staff member authorizes the student to use the Jay Lift by email. If a student has a temporary disability, they will have a service end date included in that email. 


How do I schedule my Jaylift pick-ups?
  • All users must supply their name, phone, and schedule to Jay Lift by phone. Call 785-312-7054, select option 2, extension 101, and leave your information. All rides require 24 hours notice prior to first ride as well as 24-hour cancelation notice. 




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New to Access Online? Need the quick-start on requesting accommodations? View our step-by-step guide (.pdf) or visit our video tutorials page!


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