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Students with Disabilities

Campus Resources

Office of Belonging

The Office of Belonging can help students get involved with focus groups, panel presentations, research projects, and student councils.

Discrimination & Reconciliation

Any individuals or groups who do not treat other students with respect and charity violate the values of the university and the teachings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. If you have experienced or witnessed any form of discrimination on BYU campus or involving a BYU student or employee, make a report here:

BYU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

For students who are interested in receiving therapeutic support, CAPS offers individual counseling. Students can also receive online support by using Sanvello, Welltrack Boost, and SilverCloud. If a student is in crisis and unable to reach BYU Advocacy Services, the CAPS office can help. After-hours crisis: 801.422.3035

University Accessibility Center
The Accessibility Center can help provide Accomodations and address Accessibility Concerns. The UAC is located in 2170 Wilkinson Student Center (WSC). Enter the south doors of the WSC and take the first right down the hallway. If coming from the Cougareat, we are located in the hallway behind Subway in the Cougareat.

Accomodation letters
Letters of accommodation must be requested for each new semester/term. If you would like to request the same accommodations and your documentation is current, you can submit your request by filling out the Accommodation Letter Request Form on our website

Office Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The office and lab are closed for devotionals on Tuesdays from 10:45 a.m. to 12:00 noon. We are closed for all University-observed holidays.

Contact Information:
Phone: 801-422-2767
Fax: 801-422-0174

Delta Alphi Pi

Delta Alpha Pi is an academic honor society founded to recognize high-achieving students with disabilities who are attending colleges (including community colleges) and universities as undergraduate or graduate students. This dynamic organization celebrates and supports academic achievement, leadership and advocacy for post-secondary students with disabilities.

ADHD students can find connections and support at BYU at the ADHD club. College especially can be a difficult time to work through ADHD challenges, and we want to provide the resources to help them be successful. All students are welcome to attend and participate fully, though this club is designed to specifically support ADHD students and students who face similar challenges. Although the club is primarily designed for ADHD students, ADHD BYU staff and others are also welcome to join.

Autism Support Group
The Autism Support group restarts every semester and is managed by BYU CAPS under Jon Cox To begin the process you can call CAPS at 801.422.3035 or fill out this form