About ARS

Through ARS, The University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill seeks to meet the individual needs of applicants and current students with disabilities and medical conditions as they relate to academics, residences, dining, and co and extra-curricular campus activities. ARS coordinates and implements appropriate reasonable accommodations including academic adjustments and provides appropriate resources and services in accordance with the American with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (504).

ARS works with all students including undergraduate and graduate students, full-time and part-time students, students following continuing education courses or who may be auditing and with program applicants.

During the academic year 2019/20 ARS has some 1900 connected students in receipt of accommodations and support.

Within the resources available, ARS also functions as a source of information, educational outreach and advice.

The Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office is another helpful resource for students, faculty, and staff with questions and seeking advice in regards to ADAAA and 504. UNC staff, faculty, and guests requesting accommodations should contact the Equal Opportunity and Compliance Office.