Emergency Administration Building Repairs and Parking Impacts
Beginning Monday, September 16, a 90-day project making emergency masonry repairs to the southwest elevation of the Administration Building will require temporary closure of two Gold permit parking spaces, two ADA spaces, one Delivery Permit space and one Service permit space in Gold Lot 40 (Administration Building). Please see map. ADA access to both Albertsons and the Admin. Building will be maintained.
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The Center for Disability Access and Resources is hiring an Assistant DirectorThe Assistant Director serves as a resource on disability-related initiatives and collaborates with faculty, staff and students to increase accessibility and promote universal design. The Assistant Director meets with students and reviews supporting documentation to determine program eligibility, conducts interviews with students to identify appropriate accommodations/services and works closely with staff and faculty to ensure reasonable accommodations are in place. The Assistant Director provides ongoing support to students with disabilities and collaborates with academic support programs and services to ensure students with disabilities have access to effective resources. The Assistant Director serves on committees and coordinates disability awareness activities and supports the Director by providing departmental leadership and other duties as assigned. The incumbent reports to the Director of Center for Disability Access and Resources.
Pitman Center Construction - Accessible Parking
For the duration of the Pitman Center construction project, the ADA spaces on the north side of the building in Gold Lot 18 and the adjacent accessible ramp to the north building entry will be unavailable during contractor working hours. In the evenings and on weekends, two of these ADA spaces and the accessible ramp will be available, with one space remaining offline 24/7. A total of three ADA accessible parking spaces on 7th Street outside the ADA-accessible west entrance to Bruce Pitman Center will be maintained for the duration of the project, as will the two ADA spaces in Meter Lot 29 across the street from Pitman between St. Auggies and VandalStore. Please reach out to us with any questions: 208-885-6424, email@example.com.
Agricultural Sciences Elevator Upgrade
Installation of a new elevator in the Agricultural Sciences building will begin on May 13th, 2019. Construction is expected to last through the Fall 2019 semester. All rooms on the second and third floors will be inaccessible to individuals requiring an elevator. This includes classrooms AgSci 204, 323, and 339. Anyone enrolled in classes scheduled in those rooms that requires an elevator is asked to contact CDAR as soon as possible to complete a classroom accessibility form. You can contact CDAR at 208-885-6307 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Need more funds? Check out resources at Student Financial Aid Services. There might be scholarship opportunities available, like this one: The George T. Warren Scholarship is awarded to help students with sensory and/or certain physical disabilities obtain a college education at the University Idaho. The award is $3,000 annually for undergraduates and graduate students. The reward is renewable up to five years. Learn more on our George T. Warren Scholarship.