The Future is Accessible
Here at Mizzou, we’re growing our understanding of disability — what it is, what it isn’t, and how it affects all of us at some point in our lives.
Whether we are Mizzou students, faculty or staff, we each have a role to play in ensuring that all students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to a quality education.
Join our ongoing, candid conversation about disability and find your place in building an accessible future for Mizzou.
For Students With Disabilities
The Disability Center provides services and accommodations to help you participate fully in the learning experience and be evaluated on the basis of your abilities.
Students Helping Students
Help ensure equal access for students with disabilities by sharing notes from your classes. You also can receive a stipend of up to $125.
For Faculty and Staff With Disabilities
The Office of Accessibility and ADA Education supports the full integration of people with disabilities into all aspects of university life.
For Adaptive Technology and Formats
The Adaptive Computing Technology (ACT) Center provides services that help ensure students, faculty and staff have equal access to computing opportunities.