Accessibility at Union College


Union College is committed to providing equal opportunity to persons with disabilities, including equal access to participate in and benefit from College programs, services and activities provided through electronic and information technology (EIT). It is important that accessibility is in the forefront as we update, design, build, acquire or use new EIT.

Accessibility for students

The Accommodative Services office is committed to helping all students who need it. Academic support services are an integral part of campus and truly make a difference for our students. The office also helps with dining and housing accommodations. Students may register for accommodations in the accommodative services office through the link provided, the register page.

For more information, call the office at (518) 388-8785 or email Shelly Harrington at

Workplace accessibility

Reasonable Accommodations: In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Union College will provide reasonable accommodations to an otherwise qualified applicant or employee with a disability to enable such person to perform essential job functions and/or enjoy the benefits and privileges of employment, so long as such accommodation does not impose an undue burden on the College.

Contact Information: (518) 388-6108 or

Physical accessibility of the campus

To request service: contact Facilities Services

Phone: (518) 388-6181

Accessible Parking: Visitors to campus with any official state-issued Handicapped placards are permitted to park in any marked handicapped spot on campus without obtaining any additional permits from Union College.

Event Locations: Our list of event locations includes notes on wheelchair accessibility. Spaces are accessible unless otherwise noted.

Library Accessibility Information: The Library is committed to making its collections and services as accessible as possible and will provide assistance to anyone requiring it.

Digital accessibility

Union is committed to digital accessibility. The Electronic Information Technology (EIT) Accessibility Committee meets regularly to assess technology and web accessibility at the College, and to recommend and implement improvements.

For more information, including a comprehensive list of resources to help you create web-accessible web content, please visit the Digital Accessibility website.