UT Dallas student

Contact Us

972-883-2098 Office
Please don't fax, email instead:
[email protected]

Office Hours

Office: AD 2.224
Mon-Fri 8 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Appointments are available
by request.

Testing Hours

Mon-Thrs 8:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Fri 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m.


Mailing Address

University of Texas at Dallas
Student AccessAbility
800 W. Campbell Rd., AD 30
Richardson, TX 75080

COVID-19 Campus Resource for Students with Disabilities and Professors


What We Do

Schedule appointments, exams and get letters for professors

Schedule an appointment

Request Accommodation Letter (NetID required)

Make a reservation in the OSA Testing Center, Administration Bldg. Rm 2.224 (Unavailable until campus reopens)

Schedule accommodated exams with your professors (Unavailable until campus reopens)

The University of Texas at Dallas is committed to equal access to educational, recreational and social endeavors for students with disabilities. The Office of Student AccessAbility (OSA) provides:

  • Academic accommodations for eligible students with a documented physical, psychiatric or sensory disability.
  • Facilitation of non-academic and environmental accommodations and services.
  • Resources and referral information, and advocacy support as necessary and appropriate.

Accommodations for each student are determined by OSA on an individual basis, with input from qualified professionals. Accommodations are intended to level the playing field for students with disabilities, while maintaining the academic integrity and standards set by the University.

Best wishes for a successful academic career at UT Dallas. We look forward to working with you!

Privacy Statement

Self-disclosure of a disability is necessary for students seeking academic or physical accommodations from OSA. Although disclosure of a disability is necessary if you are to receive accommodations, the precise details of your disability may remain confidential from your professors if you prefer.

Disability documentation provided by the student is kept in locked cabinets in the OSA office. These documents are not part of a student’s permanent education record.

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