Accessibility Resources

Tutorials and Training

Accessibility affects everyone. The University of Montana offers the following tutorials, resources and courses to help faculty, staff, and students make digital content accessible and usable.


Office of Organizational Learning and Development (OOLD)
Tuesday, October 10, 2023, 11 am-12 pm, via Zoom
Creating Accessible Documents

All UM employees must create and maintain documents in a manner that ensures they are accessible, according to state and federal laws as well as UM policy. This overview of accessible document creation will cover basic Word features and tools to create usable and accessible documents, including PDFs.

Tutorials and Resources



The University makes reasonable accommodations or program modifications to remove any barriers for full and equal participation. 

The following resources are available to ensure UM remains an accessible, inclusive, and welcoming campus environment.

Office for Disability Equity  - Academic accommodations and support for UM students with disabilities. or (406) 243-2243.

Human Resource Services  - Workplace accommodations for UM employees with disabilities and disability accommodation for UM job applicants. (406) 243-6766.

Library users 
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library  - Library accessibility services. 

All users 
Report Barrier Problems - Please report electronic, programmatic or physical access barriers. These include any barriers that interfere with equal participation in any University of Montana programs and facilities.

Zoom web conferencing and accessibility

Accessible Technology Services (ATS) - ATS supports students and employees in creating and using accessible web, media, documents, course materials, education, assistive technology, and electronic and information technology resources. ATS provides document conversion, audio and video captioning, assistive technology support, and consultation.

UMOnline Accessibility

Office for Disability Equity Faculty and Staff Resources

Mansfield Library Resources for Remote Research & Instruction

Students: UM Housing - Housing accommodations for UM students with disabilities. 

Employees: request housing modifications through Human Resource Services

Below are popular event venues at the University of Montana campus: 

Washington-Grizzly Stadium  - Accessible entrances, elevators, accessible restrooms, and areas of rescue assistance in the stadium.

Adams Center  -  Accessible seating, ticketing, parking, assistive listening devices, elevators, interpreting services, service animals, emergencies, and evaluation. 

University Center - Accessible entrances, elevator, accessible restrooms, parking, and areas of rescue assistance. 

Performance Arts/Radio Television Center (PARTV) - accessible entrances, restrooms, and elevators. 


Access Updates - Notifications on elevator outages and other physical barriers on the UM campus. 

Campus Map - Physical access, including parking, curb cuts, priority snow routes, and building descriptions. 

Parking - Accessible parking spaces and disability parking permits for UM campus.