Faculty and staff with disabilities add to the diversity of the university community. In order to create an inclusive campus, it is important to be aware of architectural, attitudinal, communication, and program barriers that may exist, and to remove or lessen those barriers to insure individuals with disabilities meaningful access to the programs, services, and benefits offered at Oregon State University. The biggest barriers people with disabilities often face, and the hardest barriers to remove, are the attitudes and assumptions of others.

The Office of Equal Opportunity and Access (OEA) provides accommodations for Faculty and Staff. Please visit the OEA website for more information on Disability Access and Accommodation.