Campus Accessibility Maps

Facilities Planning & Management maps provide specific building accessibility information, such as the locations of accessible entrances, restrooms, elevators, and power assist doors. They also provide information about accessible parking and routes.

Accessibility Maps

Parking & Transportation Services

Parking & Transportation Services works with students to provide parking passes that allow for accessible parking. At Washington University, accessible parking permits are available through Parking & Transportation to any student who holds both (1) a valid Washington University parking pass and (2) a state-issued handicapped parking permit. Students who need accessible parking do not need to go through Disability Resources to receive it. They may go directly to Parking & Transportation Services. If a student is having difficulty finding adequate accessible parking on campus, they may contact DR to discuss their needs.

For questions regarding accessibility of the new parking system being implemented for the 2017-2018 academic year please contact Parking and Transportation Services at or 314-935-5601.

Medical Escort Service

The university operates a transportation service that is available to students with mobility impairments due to health conditions or disabilities. Students must receive pre-authorization to use this service and should contact Habif Health and Wellness Center at 314-935-6666 to register. Once pre-authorized, you must call the dispatch center at 314-935-7777 to request a trip. Services are operated on a first-come, first-served basis. The dispatcher will always provide an estimated time for the van’s arrival when a trip is requested. The Medical Escort Service operates only during the academic session, Monday through Friday. The first trip of the day is at 8:30 a.m., and the last request for service will be accepted at 5:20 p.m.

Classroom Accessibility

While Washington University has many new, accessible buildings, some classroom buildings are old and not readily accessible. DR works with the University’s Registrar’s Office to ensure that students with mobility impairments have classes and other events scheduled in accessible rooms. Students who need accessible classrooms should contact DR several months before the start of the semester to ensure smooth scheduling of classroom and meeting space.