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Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

BYU-Idaho seeks to provide services and university-related activities to accommodate all students and employees in accordance to the American Disabilities Act.
A student in a wheelchair receives her diploma at graduation.
ADA & BYU-I Students
In accordance with federal disability law, BYU-Idaho provides students with disabilities access to its academic programs. The university has established a Disability Service Center to provide students with services for classroom and other university-related activities, at the request of students with a qualifying disability.


Disability Service Center
Three students work at desks in the Scheduling Office.
ADA & BYU-I Employment
The employment practices of the university follow the standards established by the Americans with Disabilities Act.


Learn More About the ADA Act

Contact Information

Portrait of Wade Gordon.
Wade Gordon
Designated to handle inquiries regarding ADA services.
Disability Services Office
350 MCK
(208) 496-9210
gordonw@byui.edu
Portrait of Beth Baldwin.
Beth Baldwin
Designated to handle inquiries regarding employment.
Human Resources
226 KIM
(208) 496-1705
baldwinb@byui.edu