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Accessibility and Disability Resource Center

The Disability Pride flag was redesigned in 2022 by the original artist, Ann Magill, to be more accessible. The artist created the flag to be symbolic, attributing specific meaning to each element:

  • Having All Six "Standard" Flag Colors: signifying that Disability Community is pan-national, spanning borders between states and nations.
  • The Black Field: Mourning and rage for victims of ableist violence and abuse
  • The Diagonal Band: "Cutting across" the walls and barriers that separate the disabled from normate society, also light and creativity cutting through the darkness
  • The White Stripe: Invisible and Undiagnosed Disabilities
  • The Red Stripe: Physical Disabilities
  • The Gold Stripe: Neurodivergence
  • The Blue Stripe: Psychiatric Disabilities
  • The Green Stripe: Sensory Disabilities

The University of Oklahoma is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to individuals with disabilities. Any student or employee with a disability is eligible to request in order to equalize opportunities.

Accommodation information

Students are strongly encouraged to register with the Accessibility and Disability Resource Center so their needs and accommodations can be met. Any student accommodation request is provided through the Accessibility and Disability Resource Center, while faculty and staff accommodation requests are provided through Human Resources.

Learn about registration requirements

Meet the Accessibility and Disability Resource Center team who are here to assist you whether you are part of our Norman, Health Sciences Center, or Tulsa campuses.


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ADRC logo: "supporting you" under the image of a bridge

Mission Statement

The Accessibility and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) is an integral part of the University of Oklahoma. The ADRC is dedicated to inclusivity and helping to foster a sense of belonging by increasing accessibility for all students with disabilities, cultivating an environment of connectedness and belonging, and providing advocacy, resources, and support at all levels of education on all OU campuses.  The ADRC will strive to ensure equal access for all students with disabilities, determined by an interactive process with the student.  ADRC will work to advance knowledge and awareness around Inclusive (Universal) Design, including digital accessibility and structural accessibility, and will continue to provide support to students, faculty, staff, and other OU community members in virtual and physical spaces.  We endeavor to create a campus community that respects the diversity of persons with disabilities by providing educational opportunities, creating outreach to campus and community partners, and by facilitating accessible environments and experiences for all members of the University of Oklahoma.

Group picture of the ADRC team: (from left to right) Kieran Crawford, Bailey Walker, Carol Kennedy, Angela Barbour, Cathy Ellison, Dr. Chelle' Guttery, Malindi Sultuska, Ellie Pochyly

  The University of Oklahoma is an equal opportunity institution.

Welcome to the Accessibility and Disability Resource Center!  We are thrilled that that you have found these pages and hope that what you review is helpful.  Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions that may arise at or 405-325-3852 (VP 405-217-3494).

The ADRC follows state and university guidelines as they pertain to COVID-19.  We encourage you to review the information found within the tab on the left regarding COVID-19.  All information will be updated as needed.

Contact the ADRC

730 College Avenue - University Community Center
Norman, OK  73019
(405) 325-3852 (Voice) - (405) 217-3494 (VP)
(405) 325-4491 (Fax)