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CDAR will be transitioning to all appointments being conducted remotely (either by zoom or phone). Please email or call 208-885-6307 if you need to contact CDAR.

Mask Policy

All faculty, staff, students and visitors across all U of I locations must use face coverings whenever in any U of I building, including during class. Students with a medical condition that is believed to affect their ability to comply with the face covering policy should complete a CDAR Application with medical documentation to request a reasonable accommodation.. Documentation should be on letterhead from a licensed professional, include the individual's diagnosis and functional limitations that limit the ability to comply with the face covering policy.


Main University COVID-19 Students Page

Students requesting accommodations due to a medical condition must complete the interactive process. The interactive process is a term used to describe the procedure for identifying need for accommodations due to disability/medical condition. This process is composed of the CDAR application, meeting with CDAR professional, and the submission and review of medical documentation related to the disability/condition. Completing the interactive process does not guarantee accommodations will be granted.

Students with a documented disability or medical condition that may put them at a greater risk of COVID-19, as identified by the CDC, should fill out a CDAR Application and provide medical documentation of the condition and concern to initiate the interactive process. Documentation can be attached to application, emailed to or faxed to 208-885-9404. For more information on the application process, see our New Students page. After submitting documentation, call 208-885-6307 to schedule a meeting with a CDAR professional.

Students currently registered with CDAR needing to change or add accommodations due to COVID-19 should call 208-885-6307 to schedule a meeting with a CDAR professional. Additional documentation may be necessary.

Students without a documented disability or medical condition requesting accommodations for reasons related to COVID-19 should email or call 208-885-6307 and we can provide information or referral to who best to address your specific situation or concern. Students can also email for general questions about the University resources related to COVID-19.


Main University COVID-19 Faculty/Staff Page

Instructors are able to review accommodation information through the CDAR Instructor Portal. Instructions on using the CDAR Instructor Portal as well as other resources can be found on our Faculty page.

Instructors with questions pertaining to BBLearn should contact the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

Faculty and Staff with medical conditions or other risk factors should fill out this online form to begin the process of working with Human Resources to establish a flexplace plan.

Instructors wishing to teach remotely should work with their Dean to determine the appropriate steps.

Graduate Students requesting workplace accommodations due to COVID 19 should contact Human Resources.

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Zoom Lab and Study Spaces

A new Zoom lab and study space is available on the third floor of the Student Health Center. This space has four rooms that are outfitted with a computer, webcam, and speakers that are Zoom ready. In addition to the Zoom rooms, there are an additional six rooms available for private study. In the study spaces, you are able to use your device (i.e., laptop or phone) to connect to VandalGold and to your class if needed.

All spaces are for individual use only.

These spaces are for drop-in only and are available on a first‑come, first‑served basis. Each room can be used for up to an 75 minutes. There is a staff member on-site to assist with your check-in and a reminder when your time is up.

Note: Hand sanitizer and disinfectant are available to use during your visit.


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.

Contact Us

Bruce M. Pitman Center, Suite 127

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS-4257
Moscow, ID 83844-4257

Phone: 208-885-6307

Fax: 208-885-9404


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Idaho Student Union Building Room 330

Mailing Address:
CDAR #4257

Phone: 208-885-9107


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