As a public entity, FSU is required by Title II of the ADA to make all of its activities, programs and services equally available to persons with disabilities. FSU has many resources available to students, faculty, staff, and visitors who have disabilities, which help ensure a quality, educational and work environment.
FSU embraces the value of increasing knowledge and awareness through diversity, which includes compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Passed in 1990, the ADA ensures that 51 million Americans with disabilities are able to participate in the mainstream of life including higher education. For example, FSU's unique Football Disabled Parking Program provides accessible parking, golf cart service and Assisted Listening Devices to people with disabilities to enhance their enjoyment level of home football games. This is one among several ways the University ensures accessibility in its delivery of programs, services and activities.
Reasonable Accommodations that do not pose an undue hardship shall be made for any qualified individual with a disability to ensure equal opportunity and equal access to programs and benefits enjoyed by those who are not disabled.
In an attempt to accommodate as many FSU Football Fans who require Disabled Parking, the Office of Equity Diversity and Inclusion coordinates a joint effort with Seminole Boosters and the FSU Police Department to provide additional parking spaces.
For assistance with academic accommodations please contact the Student Disability Resource Center.