Reporting Statement

Iowa State University’s Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is the office on campus that is responsible for addressing the needs of students with disabilities. In order to receive disability accommodations, students and applicants must submit the required documentation described in SAS’s Applying for Accommodations Procedures.  The grievance process applies and must be followed whenever a student or applicant for admission alleges that the university and/or a university employee has denied or otherwise not provided approved reasonable accommodation(s). 

Students experiencing difficulties with accommodations being denied or not implemented in their courses should contact SAS staff in a timely manner and meet with an accessibility coordinator for assistance. Meetings can be set up by phone, email, or through Navigate.

  • Student Accommodations Grievance


    If a student who meets with the Student Accessibility Services office disagrees with an accommodation decision or has concerns involving discrimination on the basis of a disability, they may file a grievance following the accommodations grievance process.

    SAS Grievance Process
  • Academic Grievances and Appeals


    Students who believe a faculty member (in his or her academic capacity) has behaved unfairly or unprofessionally may have their grievance reviewed through the formal academic grievances process. 

    Academic Grievances
  • Discrimination and Harrassment


    If you feel that you have been discriminated or harassed based on race, color, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, sex, marital status, disability, or status as a U.S. Veteran, you may report a concern with the Office of Equal Opportunity.

    Office of Equal Opportunity
  • Barriers to Access


    Do you know of an accessibility problem at ISU that needs attention? Please report that using the Facilities Planning and Management "Report a Problem" form!

    Fill out the form