Access is a civil right. Programs at the University of Montana must be readily accessible to and usable by people with disabilities. The University is not barrier-free, but reasonable accommodations will be made to guarantee program access. All accommodation requests will be given due process and consideration. Students can file a grievance when they have been denied or have limited participation in the benefits of any program based solely on a disability.
Students are encouraged to discuss their concerns with their coordinator or with the director of the Office for Disability Equity. If the grievance is not resolved informally or a student wishes to pursue a formal complaint or grievance, the following options are available:
- Report barriers by using the online barrier report. This method does not constitute a formal complaint or grievance. The University will attempt to follow up in a timely manner as the information provided permits.
- Contact the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Team.
- File a complaint by contacting the Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX.
- File a complaint with external entities that include:
For academic concerns: follow Student Concerns recommended by the Office of the Provost.