Accessible parking stalls are available throughout campus. To use these stalls, both a campus parking pass and a DMV-issued disabled parking permit are required.
Questions about parking should be directed to Parking Services.
As part of the fleet of shuttle buses on campus, there is an accessible shuttle that can accommodate electric wheelchairs and other mobility devices. To learn more about this shuttle, or to schedule a ride, please email email@example.com.
Sign Language Interpretation
The University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) is required under the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act to provide appropriate accommodations, which in certain instances includes providing qualified interpreting services to deaf and hard of hearing (HOH) individuals. This requirement covers all programs or activities conducted and sponsored by UNO on campus or across the state.
Please email Stephanie Vik firstname.lastname@example.org with interpreting services questions.
A service animal is a dog (and in some cases, a miniature horse) that is specifically trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability.
Assistance animals, sometimes referred to as emotional support animals (ESA,) are not service animals.
Report a Problem
If you encounter an accessibility concern on campus, including issues with facilities access, construction, snow removal, technology services, parking, etc. please click the link below to file a report.