Center for Accessible Education
The Center for Accessible Education (CAE) provides services to meet the unique educational needs of regularly enrolled students with permanent and temporary disabilities. Some of the services for students include notetaking, exam proctoring, adaptive equipment, and on campus van service. For more information about the services provided by CAE, take a look at their Accommodation Requests page.
How to Access
Students should make an appointment with the appropriate coordinator to utilize CAE services. The CAE is located in A255 Murphy Hall and can be reached at (310) 825-1501 or via their Virtual Message Form. At the initial meeting, students will be required to complete an intake form and present current documentation of their disability.
BruinAccess is a complimentary paratransit service provided by UCLA Transportation for enrolled students with temporary or permanent disabilities.
Directory of Services and Activities For Students, Staff, Faculty, Visitors, and Others with Disabilities provides a list of university resources available to individuals with disabilities.
Disabilities and Computing Program assists students, faculty and staff who have disabilities regarding computers and assistive technology services.
Library Services for Users with Disabilities provides accessibility of library materials, programs, and services to all users. Staff members working in public service areas of the campus libraries will make every effort to accommodate requests from users with disabilities.
UCLA Recreation provides adaptive programs such as kayaking, cycling, sailing, competitive wheelchair sports and accommodations in instructional classes and independent exercise.