Our commitment

The University of Montana affords all qualified individuals with disabilities equal opportunities for full participation in University programs and activities. The UM community works together to ensure that these programs and activities are accessible and are offered to the greatest extent possible in the same manner and in the same setting as they are offered to individuals without disabilities.

University obligations include:

  • Making University-related meetings, lectures, seminars, performances, conferences, and events accessible.
  • Ensuring that electronic and information technology is fully and equally accessible to, and independently usable by, individuals with disabilities. This means that websites, software, classroom technology, and multimedia are accessible.
  • Responding to all accommodation and modification requests directly and in a timely manner.

Digital Accessibility

In accordance with the University's Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility policy, UM employees must create, obtain, and maintain all electronic and information technology to be accessible.

Physical & Access Updates

The campus Accessibility Map outlines the level of access on campus, including curb cuts, door entrances, parking locations, and priority snow routes across campus.

Sign up for access updates via email or text.