Faculty/Staff Disability Services

Process for Requesting Accommodations for Faculty and Staff

To request academic accommodations for students, please contact Services for Students with Disabilities.

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    Contact Faculty/Staff Disability Services

    You may reach out to your supervisor or email access@unl.edu to set up a confidential consultation with a Faculty/Staff Disability Services staff member to develop an accommodation plan under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Contact us by phone at Institutional Equity and Compliance, (402) 472-3417.

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    Gather Important Documents

    You will need to gather and complete documents. Faculty/Staff Disability Services will guide you through the process:

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    Consult About Your Plan

    Faculty/Staff Disability Services will coordinate an interactive process involving you and your supervisor to develop an accommodation plan. Once the plan is developed, we will provide copies of the accommodation plan to you and your supervisor. Our office will maintain the original document.

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    Revise as Circumstances Change

    At any time, you may reach out to your supervisor or Faculty/Staff Disability Services to request a revision to your accommodation plan to reflect changes in job description, medical condition, or availability of accommodation technology. It is the faculty/staff member’s responsibility to notify their supervisor or Faculty/Staff Disability Services to request a revision to their plan.

Faculty/Staff Disability Services Contacts

Deb Huryta

Contact Deb if you are a faculty or staff member.

Jill Flagel

Contact Jill if you are a faculty or staff member interested in accommodations.

Remy Sydik

Contact Remy with questions about technology options and solutions.

Hannah Lai

Contact Hannah with questions about accommodations for faculty and staff.

Emily Nealeigh

Contact Emily with questions or to contact any Faculty/Staff Disability Services member.

Ryan Fette

Contact Ryan for trainings about Faculty/Staff Disability Services.

Ryan uses he/him/his pronouns.