Other Housing Accommodations
The University of Arizona is committed to ensuring that, to the greatest extent possible, our housing facilities, programs and services are available to all students. Reasonable accommodations are available to meet the special needs of students. Examples of accommodations include, but are not limited to:
- Wheelchair-accessible rooms/bathrooms
- Rooms equipped with fire-alarm strobe lights
- Rooms equipped with attached suite-style bathrooms
- Specific room types or hall style assignments
- Assignments to specific areas of campus
- A refrigerator or freezer to accommodate medical needs only
Steps to Apply:
- Review the accommodation requirements on the Disability Resource website
- Submit your online housing application
- Pay the non-refundable application fee
- List the accessible halls as your preferences
- Complete the online Request for Residence Hall Accommodations to the DRC
Once your accommodation request is received by the DRC, you will be contacted by DRC staff. It is not necessary to provide requests or medical documentation to Residence Life.
We strongly encourage students needing special accommodations due to a disability or medical condition to email the DRC at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call (520) 621-3268.
Resources for Transgender, Genderqueer, and Gender Variant Students
Residence Life is committed to supporting the self-identity of every student. If you identify as transgender, gender variant or non-binary and would like to talk about your housing options, please contact one of the staff below. We are very interested in discussing any questions you may have about on-campus housing, and a placement that is right for you. This conversation is part of a confidential process.
Please note that it is important to discuss your housing options as soon as possible, while the widest range of options is still available.
For students who have already completed a housing application and indicated their gender as "Transgender/Other", you will be contacted directly by Residence Life's Coordinator of Social Justice Education to discuss placement in the UA residence halls that is right for you.
We look forward to welcoming you to the University of Arizona!
If you have any questions, please contact:
Hannah Lozon, Coordinator of Social Justice Education for Residence Life
Jennifer Hoefle, Program Director for LGBTQ Affairs
Social Justice Wing – A Gender Inclusive Housing Option
The Social Justice Wing, a living-learning program offered in Pima Hall offers gender-inclusive roommate pairings for those interested. Find out more about the Social Justice Wing.