CCSPD members and events.


This page is our compilation of useful informational resources at UIC and across the web.

Campus Resources

  • UIC Disability Resources
    The University of Illinois at Chicago is committed to maintaining a barrier-free environment so that individuals with disabilities can fully access programs, services, and all activities at UIC.”

  • The Chancellor's Committee on the Status of Persons with Disabilities (CCSPD)
    The CCSPD also maintains a listserv for the UIC community interested in disability issues (CCSPD-EXT). See below for details.

  • Disability Resource Center (DRC)
    1190 SSB (mc 321)
    (312) 413-7397 (voice/TTY); (312) 413-7781 (FAX)
    The Disability Resource Center at UIC helps students who have any type of disability to gain full access to UIC.

  • UIC Office for Access and Equity
    809 South Marshfield Avenue, Room 717 (M/C 602), Chicago, Illinois 60612-7207
    Telephone: (312) 996-8670 Fax: (312) 413-0055 TTY: (312) 413-3035
    This office is responsible for UIC ADA compliance. It responds to employee, hospital patient and visitor access issues. It also responds to and advises on student complaints after Disability Services has worked with the students.

  • Office of the Registrar
    The Office of the Registrar is a resource for all students.  The Registration Help Line at 312-996-8600 or TDD: (312) 355-0380 is available to answer questions about how to register for classes, how tuition and fees are assessed, and how to use Student Self Service functions.  Additionally, we are happy to meet with students in person in the Student Services Building to answer questions and solve problems.

    Street Address:

    1200 West Harrison
    Chicago, IL 60607-7161
    Directions and Parking

  • Phone Numbers:

    • General Information: (312) 996-4350
    • Registration Help Line: (312) 996-8600
    • Transcripts: (312) 996-4350
    • Diplomas: (312) 996-4381
    • Certification of Enrollment: (312) 996-4381
    • Immunization Records: (312) 413-0464
    • TDD: (312) 355-0380


    Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:30 am – 5:00 pm, Central Time.

  • The Academic Computing and Communications Center
    "The Academic Computing and Communications Center supports UIC's quest for excellence in teaching and research, by providing state-of-the-art computing, networking and telecommunication facilities. ..."
  • Library Services for Patrons with Disabilities
    Main Library : 996-2728;
    Health Sciences: 996-8969;
    "Any patron with a disability may receive assistance in using the Library from the Reference or Circulation Department by making an appointment with one of the Reference Department librarians responsible for coordinating this service."

  • The Department of Disability and Human Development
    (312) 413-1647
    The Institute (DHD)..."conducts research and provides services for persons with mental and physical disabilities and their families."

  • The Great Lakes Disability and Business Technical Assistance Center
    1-800-949-4232 (Voice/TTY)
    "The center provides a referral network throughout a six-state midwest area for assistance on the implementation of the ADA and conducts and coordinates training events, provides technical assistance, and disseminates ADA materials at a nominal charge."

Other Chancellor's Status Committees:

Email Lists:

    The CCSPD maintains a listserv for the UIC community interested in disability issues (CCSPD-EXT). This list is for discussion of all disability topics and is open to anyone on campus who wishes to be included. To subscribe to this list, send email to with a the body of the message saying:

    Subscribe CCSPD-EXT John Doe

    This list dedicated to issues affecting students with disabilities at UIC. The list is intended for students with disabilities and anyone else concerned about disabled student issues on this campus, including (but not limited to) academic and social inclusion, reasonable accommodation, disability pride and culture. To subscribe to this list, send email to with a the body of the message saying:

    Subscribe ABILITIES John Doe

    This list is for Staff/Faculty involved with matters related to disabilities. To subscribe to this list, send email to with a the body of the message saying:

    Subscribe DISABILITIES John Doe

    The National Disabled Students Union (NDSU) is a national, cross-disability, student organization. We recognize all disabled people - those with traditionally recognized disabilities and those who have often been left out of the movement - as our brothers and sisters, and we recognize all students - those who work to learn, whether or not they are at recognized schools - as our colleagues

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Meeting Dates

July 10th, 2014 10:30am

Meeting Time

10:30am - 12:00noon

Meeting Location

DHD 448

CCSPD meetings are open to the University community. We invite and look forward to your input and participation; please feel free to attend.

Future Dates

July 10th, 2014 10:30am DHD Room 448

Additional Resources

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