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Accessibility

Stanford University is committed to ensuring its facilities, programs and services are accessible to everyone. For additional support or information, contact:

Diversity & Access Office
For fastest response, email: disability.access@stanford.edu
Phone: (650) 725-0326

Cathy Haas signs "America The Beautiful" while the Stanford Chamber Chorale sings.

Request Accommodations

A variety of resources are available for guests with disabilities and/or those needing additional support/assistance during Commencement Weekend, such as:

Temporary Disability Parking Permit

Sign Language & Captioning Services

Assistive Listening Devices

Braille & Large Print Material

Disability parking sign

Parking

If you have a state-issued disability parking placard or plate, you may park in any of the following spaces on campus:

Designated blue disability parking

Service vehicle spaces (posted time limit may apply)

Commuter ("A" or "C") and residential permit spaces

Metered spaces (visitor spaces may require payment and will be posted)

Vehicles parked in the Oval with trees and main campus in background.

Temporary Disability Parking Permits

If you do not have a state-issued disability parking placard or plate, a temporary disability parking permit can be requested. Temporary disability parking permits issued by the Diversity & Access office are:

ONLY valid in designated lots for Commencement

NOT valid in any disabled parking spaces on campus

Students wearing cap and gowns, one walking with a guide dog.

Student Requests

Students should contact the Diversity & Access Office directly for Commencement Weekend accommodations including:

Special Seating

Sign Language & Captioning Services

Assistive Listening Devices

Braille & Large Print Material

The Diversity & Access Office team is still working remotely. For fastest response, please email disability.access@stanford.edu or call (650) 725-0326.