Disability and Accommodation in Employment
The Montana Human Rights Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) prohibit discrimination because of a physical or mental disability.
To be protected under the Montana Human Rights Act and the ADAAA, an applicant or employee with a disability must:
- Have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities; or
- Have a record of such an impairment; or
- Be regarded or perceived as having such an impairment; and
- Be able to perform the essential functions of the position with or without a reasonable accommodation.
Reasonable accommodation with respect to employment matters should be coordinated with Human Resources.
Applicants and prospective employees with disabilities may submit requests for accommodation by contacting MSU ADA Coordinator listed below or sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty and staff with disabilities may submit requests for accommodation directly to:
Darcy Tickner, MSU ADA Coordinator for Faculty and Staff Montana State University Office of Human Resources - Employee and Faculty Relations/Labor Management
- ADA Reasonable Accommodation Guidelines – please check later for details
- Individuals with Disabilities MSU Affirmative Action Program 2017
- MSU Policy on Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Misconduct, Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, Stalking and Retaliation
- Jobs at MSU
- A resource guide to support Work-Life Integration at MSU
- Office of Disability, Re-Entry and Veteran Services
- Disability Services and Information at Disability, Re-entry and Veteran Services - Disability Services welcomes students, parents and faculty to contact us with questions about our services and the accommodations process here at Montana State University.
- Access for People with Disabilities website
- Campus Accessibility Map (PDF - 18 MB)
- Web Accessibility/ADA Section 508 Compliance
Current accessibility information concerning access to university buildings may be found here. The Accessibility Map of the university which lists accessible routes and accessibility information may be found here.
Accessible routes must be free of obstructions, including bicycles and construction debris. If any person is aware of, or encounters obstacles, debris or obstructions on an accessible route, please contact the Accessibility Contact Person to report it.
For any other facilities, services and programs or to raise concerns about accessibility or access, contact Disability Services to be connected with the appropriate Accessibility Contact Person.
The Accessibility Contact Person is responsible for addressing accessibility issues, maintaining accessibility information, including the existence and location of accessible features and routes; providing information to the university community about accessibility requirements and responding to individual and group accessibility requests:
The university has adopted a policy prohibiting discrimination on the basis of a disability. Individuals who have complaints alleging discrimination based upon a disability may file them with the following: