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Disability Support Services

The mission of Disability Support Services (DSS) is to ensure that all University programs, services and activities are accessible to students with disabilities. DSS works with faculty and staff to coordinate appropriate accommodations and services for eligible students. The DSS office is located in the rear, lower level of Main Hall with the ASPIRE/Student Support Services office. Students with disabilities are encouraged to contact the DSS Director early to discuss needed accommodations. Select any of the links to the left for further information.

Location: Rear, Lower Level of Main Hall (Located on Vine Street)

Accessibility/Disability Compliance

The University of Montevallo is committed to making its programs, services and activities accessible for all persons with disabilities. The following information is provided so that concerns or accommodation requests may be promptly addressed by the appropriate officials. The University seeks full compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and the ADA Amendments Act of 2008.

  • Disability Compliance Officer (504/ADA/ADAAA)

    Deborah S. McCune
    Main Hall, Rear Lower Level
    Station 6250, Montevallo, AL 35115
    (205) 665-6250
    (205) 665-6255 (fax)

  • Web Accessibility Procedures

    The University strives to provide accessible web services to all students including persons who may have vision, hearing, mobility, or other conditions that may necessitate adaptive software/hardware, or consumer modification of font size, colors, response time, etc. As the University regularly upgrades our web services, improvements in the overall accessibility of its web pages will be a high priority.

    If difficulty is experienced using University web pages, please contact Technology Services,, (205) 665-6512; or Disability Support Services,, (205) 665-6250 during regular business hours (M-F, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.). This will allow the University to identify and correct access concerns while providing the service or information in an alternate but timely manner.