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Shelly Bachus, Policy Director
Administration 208
Warrensburg, MO 64093
Phone: 660-543-4730
sgonzalez@ucmo.edu



University of Central Missouri Accessibility Notice and Procedures

The Office of Accessibility Services is dedicated to providing persons with disabilities equal access to the functions and facilities of the University of Central Missouri. Concerns regarding access to the campus and campus activities should be directed to Dr. Barbara Mayfield, the University's ADA/504 Coordinator.

Contact information:
Elliot Student Union
Room 224
511 South Holden
Warrensburg, MO 64093
access@ucmo.edu
(660) 543-4421
Relay Missouri number for TTY callers is 1-800-735-2966, for voice callers is 1-800-735-2466, or call 711.

Students with a disability seeking accommodations should contact the Office of Accessibility Services to initiate the interactive process for approved accommodations. Employees with a disability seeking accommodations should contact the Assistant Director of Human Resources, Cheryl Trelow.

Contact Information:
Administration Building
Room 101
208 East South Street
Warrensburg, MO 64093
trelow@ucmo.edu
(660) 543-4255

UCM's campus is accessible for students, employees, and visitors with disabilities, including the following: assistive listening devices in major auditoriums and classrooms; transcription services; sign language interpreting services; lifts in the Multi-Purpose swimming pool; power doors, elevators and accessible restrooms; ramps, curb cuts, and accessible parking; and accessible rooms in campus housing. UCM maintains assistive computer technology in the Office of Accessibility Services, in the Ward Edwards and Wood computer labs, and in the James C. Kirkpatrick Library and computer lab, including dictation software, screen readers, scanner, and large monitors. CCTV is available in the Office of Accessibility Services and in the Kirkpatrick Library.

To identify accessible parking and other accessibility features of campus, please visit our Campus Map at https://www.ucmo.edu/ps/parking/documents/parking_map.pdf.

A Tactile 3-D Campus Map is also available for use in the Office of Accessibility Services. Students and employees who require accessible parking on campus should submit completed permit applications to the Office of Accessibility Services. Accessible parking permit applications are available at the following link: https://www.ucmo.edu/ps/parking/permits.cfm.

An individual who encounters an accessibility issue related to University facilities should contact the Office of Accessibility Services. Please be prepared to provide information about the accessibility issue, including information about the physical location of the reported accessibility issue. An individual who encounters an accessibility issue with our website should also contact the Office of Accessibility Services and provide a description of the page creating the barrier and the accessibility issue.

The University libraries are committed to providing access to information, resources and services to all library users on an equal basis. Contact Chad Marnholtz, the Manager of the Harmon Computer Commons at the Kirkpatrick Library or the Office of Accessibility services for any related inquiries.

Contact information:
Harmon Computer Commons
J. C. Kirkpatrick Library
Room 1250
220 East Clark Street
Warrensburg, MO 64093
marnholtz@ucmo.edu
660-543-8065

The University provides accessibility to campus community members and visitors accessing the campus for various events such as athletic events, speakers or artistic performances. For information on ticketing, accessible seating, assistive listening devices, or parking, contact the Office of Accessibility Services. Notice of 72 hours is requested for programs, events and general services.

The planning of any campus event should include preparation for students, employees, and visitors with disabilities that may attend. Please contact the Office of Accessibility Services for assistance in planning campus events. Events should be scheduled in an accessible space and event organizers should include an accessibility notice and contact information for the Office of Accessibility Services in event announcements.