DRC provides disability-related accommodation services for UArizona students, employees and visitors. If you would like to request services, or you receive a request from a participant, please follow these guidelines.
- The first time you make a request, you will be asked to provide your email address and some demographic information. These fields will be automatically populate for future requests.
- Watch this step-by-step video if you have never made a request before or need a refresher.
- DRC will always work to fulfill requests, however, for greatest potential to meet your requests, please submit at least 72 hours in advance of event.
- Requests submitted after noon, for next day assignments, may not allow enough time to find coverage.
- Requests submitted on the weekend, a holiday or university closure, will be responded to the next business day.
An Assistive Listening System (ALS) amplifies the sound in a room for individuals who are hard of hearing. Examples include induction loop infrared, and FM-style systems. Infrared Systems are equipped with earphones or audio-neck loops designed to reduce noise interference.
- Use our Communication Access request form
- FM Systems are loaned to students on a semester basis
Campus Related Events and Assistive Listening
- If your event space is on campus and has microphone, ALS is generally available. Please contact Classroom Technology Services (CTS) in advance of the event at (520) 621-3852 to ensure a sufficient number of devices will be available.
- Access in classroom spaces can be verified on the Classroom Technology Services website or by emailing email@example.com.
- For events hosted at Centennial Hall, the Student Union, and Gallagher Theater contact the venue's staff.
If you have any questions for requesting communication access services, please contact DRC at firstname.lastname@example.org.