The University's commitment to a welcoming and diverse community requires that every individual have an equal opportunity to contribute in the classroom or the workplace based on his or her knowledge and skills, without regard to disability. To that end, the University endeavors to make reasonable accommodations for applicants, employees, and students with disabilities, and to provide equal access to all of its programs and facilities.

Here you will find information and links to resources relating to disability services at The University of Iowa. If you have any questions relating to disability resources that are not answered here, please contact us.


  • Moving Forward

    You might think it was Dan Gable who drew Travis Taylor to the University of Iowa. But it wasn't. The first-ever state wrestling champ in his hometown of Callendar, Iowa, became a Hawkeye after breaking his neck in a tragic accident, coming to the UI for health care expertise and the number-two nationally ranked Rehabilitation Counseling Programs in the College of Education.

  • Hoenig, Taylor honored during UI Disability Celebration Oct. 17

    Two individuals—Mike Hoenig and Travis Taylor—will be honored for their contributions to creating awareness and support for those with disabilities at the University of Iowa Disability Celebration Thursday, Oct. 17, from 4 to 5 p.m. in the University Capitol Centre.