The form below may be used by UIUC employees for the following requests:
- Request a Reasonable Accommodation
- Seek general guidance related to reasonable accommodations.
* If you are a System Employee, please use the System Reasonable Accommodation Form.
* If you are an applicant for UIUC employment seeking a reasonable accommodation please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This form is for new accommodations only. If you have previously submitted an accommodation request (religious, pregnancy, disability, or parking) please login to your prior accommodation case, and request a supplemental accommodation.
** COVID-19 Information **
Faculty & Staff: If you are 100% working remotely and are not coming to campus, you do not need to request an exemption to testing. If you are on campus and have a medical reason that precludes you from using the standard saliva test, you must request the alternative testing format of a nasal test through this form.
Curbside COVID-19 on-campus testing accommodations: May be available (at State Farm Center M-F 9am-11am) for faculty and staff who request an accommodation and are approved on the basis of disability or chronic underlying health condition that precludes utilizing the walk-up testing sites. Faculty or staff members please use this request form. Students, please contact your Access Specialist at DRES or if you are not registered but have a qualifying condition as mentioned above, please submit a request for an accommodation through DRES.
If you have 5 inconclusive COVID-19 saliva tests but do not have an underlying medical condition or reason for the inconclusive test, DO NOT use this form. Please contact your Unit HR representative and contact McKinley Health Center at 217-244-5661.
Graduate student employees/student workers: If you are fully remote for your workplace responsibilities you do not need to request a testing exemption through the ADA Division.
For students with an underlying medical condition or disability that precludes you from utilizing the saliva testing method: you can request an alternative COVID-19 nasal testing method through DRES.
For students without an underlying medical condition or disability but who are requesting an exemption based on their permanent location within the Champaign, Urbana or Savoy zip codes: please utilize the form available at the UIUC COVID-19 website.
Information provided on this form will be submitted directly to the ADA Division of the Office for Access and Equity. To file a discrimination complaint based on disability please fill out a report. Please submit reports of sexual misconduct or sex gender-based discrimination to the Title IX Office at wecare.illinois.edu. If you prefer not to use the online reporting, need assistance in completing this form, or encounter accessibility problems with the form, please call (217) 333-0885.
Notice: The ADA Division of the Office for Access and Equity is experiencing high case volume. Please be patient as we continue to facilitate cases as efficiently as possible.