Office hours

Monday - Friday
8:00am - 12:00pm; 1:00pm - 4:30pm
Student Disability Services is here to support you in whatever manner you prefer (in-person, virtual, phone). Please feel free to contact us by phone or email or stop by our office in 141 UCC. 

General contact info

Mailing address

Student Disability Services
141 University Capitol Centre 
201 S Clinton St
Iowa City, IA 52242

Location

Student Disability Services is located in the 141 University Capitol Centre (Old Capitol Mall). There are accessible entrances equipped with power door openers on both the east (S. Clinton Street), west (S. Capitol street), and the north (W. Washington Street) sides of the building.

If you are driving

  1. Drive to the parking garage on the corner of S Clinton St. and E Burlington St. next to the Old Capitol Centre and park your vehicle.
    • There are two entrances to the parking garage: one on S Clinton St. and the other on S Capitol St.
  2. Enter the building doors inside of the parking garage where you will see two elevators. If you are entering on any level besides level one, take the elevator down to the first level.
  3. Enter the doors to the inside of the of the building.
  4. Once you have entered Old Capitol Town Center, take your first right where you will walk past the restrooms.
  5. Take a left where you will pass UI QuickCare.
  6. Keep walking straight until you will see Student Disability Services on your left across from Freddy's. 

 

Parking

There are metered street parking spots in front of University Capitol Centre including two accessible metered street parking spots nearby on Clinton Street. Additional accessible parking is available in the North Campus Parking Ramp

For more information about Uiowa parking visit Parking and Transportation's webpage on Accessible Parking.

Access & construction alert emails

In order to better serve the UI campus and surrounding communities, Facilities Management has established a new Access & Construction Alert email list. 

This new system automates notification to important partners like Public Safety, Parking & Transportation, University Relations, City of Iowa City, City of Coralville, etc. and will help provide important information about accessible paths of travel to individuals with disabilities.

A listing of all current projects that affect access to roads, sidewalks, parking lots, elevators and building entrances is now available online on the Facilities Alerts webpage. The web page also provides links for users to subscribe to closures for both Iowa City and Coralville construction alerts.