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S.J. Quinney College of Law is committed to promoting environments that are accessible, sustainable, and inclusive for all students in our community. In partnership with the Center for Disability & Access (CDA) and Office of Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and Title IX (OEO/AA), our law school's Office of Student Affairs assists with the implementation of accommodations and services. The CDA is the designated office at the University of Utah that evaluates disability documentation, determines eligibility, and implements reasonable accommodations for enrolled students as guided by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and University policy. OEO/AA is a professional resource dedicated to the University of Utah’s commitment to provide a fair and equitable environment for individuals to pursue their academic and professional endeavors and to equally access University programs.

New CDA Students
It is important to request accommodations as early as possible to allow time for the determination and coordination of services.  Students are welcome to start the process as soon as they have been admitted to the University. Begin the CDA registration process online. Complete the New Student Intake form linked below:
Continuing CDA Students
Students previously approved for accommodations should contact their CDA advisor through the online portal at the start of each semester to request that accommodation letters be sent to their instructors. It is recommended that students submit their requests prior to the start of the semester or as early as possible. A student may wait until later in the semester to submit an accommodation request, however, since accommodations are not retroactive, the accommodation would only apply to the class from the date professors are notified of the request. Additionally, accommodation requests made on short notice will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis but cannot be guaranteed
Student Online Portal
Pregnancy and Pregnancy-Related Accommodations
The University is committed to creating an inclusive and accessible environment for pregnant and parenting students. Pregnant students cannot be excluded from educational or employment opportunities, programs or services and must be treated as others who have temporary medical conditions. Reasonable accommodations must be provided to allow a pregnant student to fully participate in educational and employment opportunities. Oftentimes, pregnant and parenting students can arrange necessary flexibility by working directly with their instructors, supervisors or departments.
Pregnancy Accommodation Request Form



Dr. Brian Burton

Asst. Dean of Student Affairs - Office of Student Affairs
 S.J. Quinney College of Law

Center for Disability & Access

 Olpin Union Building
   200 S. CENTRAL CAMPUS DR., RM. 162

Office of Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action, and Title IX