The University Record, October 2, 1995

Helpful literature available from Affirmative Action Office

University units and departments may benefit from several pamphlets and booklets available from the Affirmative Action Office that describe resources for employers and those with disabilities at the U-M. The following are available by calling 763-0235.

Ann Arbor Campus Accessibility Map

Americans with Disabilities Act: Questions and Answers

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Resource Packet for Managers and Supervisors at the University of Michigan.

Americans with Disabilities Act: Your Employment Rights as an Individual with a Disability

College Students with Learning Disabilities

Council for Disability Concerns 10-Year Report

Disability Resource Guide for the University of Michigan

Michigan Handicappers’ Civil Rights Act

Section 504: The Law and Its Impact on Postsecondary Education

Students with Psychiatric Disabilities

The newest booklet, Students with Psychiatric Disabilities, is published in response to a growing number of college students with identified psychiatric disabilities.

It provides a summary of the University’s legal obligations regarding academic accommodations for these students, lists campus resources available to assist in dealing with specific situations and answers questions frequently asked by students who have psychiatric disabilities.