Disability Services and Information
Montana State University is dedicated to the principles of equal educational opportunity and access for students with disabilities. Our office upholds the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and its amendments of 2008. The purpose of these laws is to ensure nondiscrimination in all of the university’s programs, services and activities.
Disability Services welcomes students, parents and faculty to contact us with questions about our services and the accommodations process here at Montana State University.
- Students: Information for Students
- Faculty: Information for Faculty
- Parents: Information for Parents
For inquires regarding food allergies and other special dietary needs, please contact University Food Services.
Elevator Outage. The Haynes Hall elevator is currently out of service for maintenance effective immediately and expected to be operational by the end of June. This is an update from its original expected completion of June 8. An expected date will be posted when it confirmed. This means Haynes Hall will only be ADA accessible on the ground floor. Please contact our office for questions about alternative access arrangements above the ground floor. Contact Kelly Laney, Facilities Services at 406-994-5286 for updates on maintenance.
Student Employment Opportunity! The MSU Library has a number of student employment positions and encourages students
with disabilities to apply. Contact Christa Montana at the MSU Library for more information. Paper applications are available.
The Office of Campus Planning Design & Construction has released plans for construction of the new parking structure on campus. The north Gatton lot is CLOSED effective Monday, October 5, 2015. There will still be handicap parking spots available in the reserved lot closest
to the SUB near the paid parking lot. This construction is projected to last through
2017. Please contact MSU Parking Services at 406-994-1723 with parking-related questions
Food for Thought:
Read & Write Gold Transition
In January, 2015, Montana State University transitioned from Kurzweil 3000 to Read & Write Gold as the preferred tool for screen reading materials. Read & Write Gold is available on all student labs computers and in Testing Services in Renne Library. Registered MSU students qualify for a free download of the program for home use. Please visit ITC Services to request a download.
Facilities Services tries to keep students, staff, faculty and guests updated regarding construction projects that will effect access points on campus. For a complete list and views of current construction projects taking place on campus, please visit the Campus Planning, Design and Construction's website.
Scholarship opportunity for students with disabilities currently enrolled in communication or media-related degrees. Click here for more information.
Disability Services Staff
Brenda York, Director
Nicole Redding, Program Manager
Michelle Mulhill, Program Coordinator
Brittany Hackwell, Front Desk, Office Assistant
Jordan Ulrich, Front Desk, Accessible Text Assistant