The university is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer and takes measures to ensure employees and all members of the university community have access and opportunity to all facets of campus.

Visit the resources linked below and consult the Disability Resource Guide (PDF, 720KB) for a list of resources available to employees at the University of Missouri.

Office of Accessibility and ADA

The Office of Accessibility and ADA promotes and sustains an accessible community at Mizzou where people with disabilities have an equal opportunity to participate in all aspects of our campus. Faculty and staff may request reasonable accommodations, training or accessibility evaluation for their area.

Adaptive Computing Technology Center (ACT Center)

A part of the Division of Information Technology, the ACT Center helps ensure equal access to computing opportunities, providing assistive technology, alternative formats, web accessibility, or workstation ergonomics, and takes into account each individual’s capabilities and limitations.

Visit the Veterans and Military webpage for additional information.

The UM System upholds the highest standards and principles of Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity. We invite employees to self-identify in myHR information regarding race, disability or protected veteran status.

Self-identification and more information are available at (My Personal Details tab > Ethnic Groups, Disability or Veteran Status in the left-hand menu). Self-identification is strictly voluntary and confidential.

The Disability Center provides accommodations for students with disabilities. Visit the Disability Center webpage for additional information.