For students with specific disabilities, housing accommodations may be necessary in order to provide full and integrated access to on-campus living.
Examples of housing accommodations include but are not limited to:
- ADA compliant rooms
- Single occupancy rooms
- Shared/private baths
- Room modifications
- Low allergen environments
Housing accommodations must be reasonable and relate to the students' disability and address their functional limitations. The Access Center, Residence Life, and Housing work closely together to ensure a positive living environment for students with disabilities who live in the residence halls.