Contact your Human Resources representative to request a job accommodation.
You can also contact the EEO/AA Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or your campus for information on the reasonable accommodation process for applicants and employees with disabilities.
For more information on the Interactive Process, please feel free to review our recorded series on National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
Service Animals and Emotional Support Animals
This policy was created to support the university’s goal of providing a safe and welcoming place to learn and work, to support the university’s commitment to equal access for persons with disabilities, and to establish guidelines for the university regarding the use of Service Animals and Emotional Support Animals.
Executive Policy EP 1.207 ¨C
DCAB has additional resources for Services Animals in places of , and Assistance Animals in You may also print your own to provide to your department staff.
Are you teaching a class? Sponsoring a public event? Organizing a workshop? Leading a field trip? Responsible for a sports event?
All university programs and activities should be accessible to persons with disabilities. Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act states: “A public entity shall furnish appropriate auxiliary aids and services where necessary to afford an individual with a disability an equal opportunity to participate in, and enjoy the benefits of, a service, program, or activity conducted by a public entity.”
For information and guidance on program access, contact your campus ADA/504 Coordinator. Systems Programs and UH Mānoa departments can contact the EEO/AA Office at email@example.com or the (student disability services).
You can also download the State of Hawaiʻi . The manual covers customer service, auxiliary aids, sign language interpreters, facility access, service animals, registration forms, catering and banquet facilities, audio/visual presentations, safety and other elements of an accessible program.
All university programs have an obligation to ensure effective communication with persons with disabilities. This includes print media, audio media and electronic media such as the internet.