What We Do

The Office of Disability Access (ODA) at the University of North Texas exists to prevent discrimination on the basis of disability and to help students reach a higher level of independence.

Our caring and professional staff helps students learn more about their disabilities, provide accommodations coordination, develop techniques to facilitate individual learning styles, learn how to talk to faculty and staff about your needs and develop strategies to achieve goals. We also offer evaluation referral, assistive technology services, and American Sign Language interpreting and CART services for academic needs and campus programs. 

The Office of Disability Access does not offer disability evaluation and/or testing, tutoring/academic coaching, personal expenses or attendants, or scholarships. We do provide resource and referral information


The Office of Disability Access envisions a campus community that values disability as an aspect of diversity where inclusive practices ensure a campus that is accessible to all and free of educational, institutional, technological, and attitudinal barriers.


It is the mission of the Office of Disability Access to engage and collaborate with faculty and other campus partners to ensure students with disabilities at the University of North Texas have access to all university programs, services, and activities; promote equity and inclusion for students with disabilities; and provide a platform for accessible pedagogical innovation.


  • Innovation through Universal Design
  • Student Access
  • Collaborative Relationships
  • Campus Engagement through Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Hours & Location

Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m
Test Center - Extended hours are available dependent on the time of the semester. Contact Testing.ODA@unt.edu for more information.

Main office - Chestnut Hall Suite 102

Testing Center - Chestnut Hall Suite 115