Faculty and Staff

George Mason University is committed to non-discrimination of students with disabilities and strives to ensure that they have equal access to higher education, programs, activities, and services in order for them to participate fully in the University. As a continuing commitment to upholding the letter and spirit of the laws, such as the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 that ensure equal treatment of people with disabilities, the university established and maintains Disability Services.
Disability Services provides a variety of support services and reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities, as defined by the ADA and Section 504, which affords equal access to university programs and activities. Disability Services is available to serve all students with disabilities, including those with cognitive, learning, psychological, sustained head injuries, sensory, mobility, and other physical impairments.
Professors, staff members, and administrators – use the resources below to assist in creating accessible environments for supporting students with disabilities at the university. Contact us with any questions, concerns, or if you would like to chat with a staff member.

Mason’s policies regarding accessibility on our campus

Assistance with creating accessible course content and more

Answers to common questions asked by faculty and staff

Disability Services mission statement and staff members

Statements about Disability Services for your course syllabi

Have Disability Services present to your class, department, etc.