UC Davis School of Law is committed to ensuring equal educational opportunities for students with disabilities, in collaboration with the UC Davis Student Disability Center (SDC). The SDC coordinates disability accommodations for all UC Davis students, including law students. The SDC offers advising, assistance and resources to students with physical, psychological, medical, communicative, or learning disabilities, as well as for temporary impairments. Students seeking accommodations must register with, and provide appropriate documentation to, the SDC, which will then provide recommendations to the law school Registrar/Registrar’s Office for each approved student.
Mobility support services include SDC's shuttle service for temporary impairments and wheel- chair-accessible bus transportation to campus. Disability information and referrals to community resources are also available. Students with disabilities must establish eligibility for services through the SDC and are encouraged to contact the SDC as early as possible:
Student Disability Center
54 Cowell Building
University of California
Davis, CA 95616
(530) 752-3184 (voice)
(530) 752-6TDD (telephone device for the hearing impaired)