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Accessibility Resources

University Accessibility Center

The University Accessibility Center helps students with disabilities succeed at BYU. These disabilities include visible and invisible disabilities:

  • Physical disabilities
  • Chronic illness
  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • ADHD
  • Learning disorders or dyslexia
  • Visual disabilities
  • Hearing disabilities

Receiving Assistance

One way the UAC helps students is by providing accommodations, such as testing modifications, reading helps, or classroom assistance. If you suspect you may have a disability but have not been diagnosed, contact the UAC. They offer free ADHD testing and low-cost learning disorder testing. For more information about the University Accessibility Center, click HERE.


You can also work with the UAC to serve your fellow students! Opportunities include volunteering as a notetaker, typist, live reader (for homework readings), or scribe. Sign up by emailing Nancy Davies at