The staff of Disability Resources works with all units at the University to ensure that every student has an equal opportunity to succeed at KU. We provide a variety of services, academic workshops and consultations to assist students at the University of Kansas.
If you are a visitor to KU's Lawrence campus, there are a few things that you should know about the accessible parking available to you.
The University of Kansas is continually striving to improve accessibility on campus. The campus accessibility map provides information on accessible parking, ground level or ramp entrance, and accessible restrooms in buildings.
The KU campus has 3 computer workstations that have accessibility software installed for students. The locations include the Kansas Union, Watson Library and Anschutz Library.
Disability Resources provides transcription of course materials into braille for qualified students. The majority of the documents converted are textbooks but a variety of formats are supported. Contact Disability Resources for more information.
Information on barrier-free entrances, wheelchair seating and accessible parking for campus building and events.
The JayLift service is operated through KU on Wheels and is available for those with permanent or temporary injuries who cannot easily access the regular accessible KU Bus Route.
Medical Parking Permit Information
A medical permit is a temporary parking permit for areas that KU faculty, staff or students are not normally eligible to park in, who have a temporary need for closer parking due to a medical condition.
An easy way to get around is to use KU's bus system. All KU on Wheels buses are lift equipped for wheelchairs, and some buses are low floor.