The professional staff members of the Office of Accessible Education have diverse educational and experiential backgrounds in services for students with disabilities. The professional staff are available to answer questions and provide resources for students with disabilities at Stanford University, as well as to faculty and staff with questions about the disability accommodation process.
To learn more about the staff members of our department, please select one of the following staff types:
Disability Advisers (DAs) work directly with students to understand their disability experiences, determine appropriate accommodations, and facilitate barrier removal with campus partners, in coursework, and student housing.
DA's primary role is to guide the interactive process between students and the University. DAs are subject matter experts in disability rights in the postsecondary educational environment and offer consultation and training to faculty, staff, and student groups.
Accommodations & Administration
The Accommodation and Admin team works behind the scenes to support you during your Stanford experience. From answering questions about how the OAE works to coordinating the scheduling of your in-class notetaker, we're here to help.
Alternate Format Production Team
The Alternate Format Production Team converts your books and course materials into the format you need, including Braille, large print, tactile graphics, HTML and more.
Directors & Managers
The Directors and Managers of the Office of Accessible Education have 90 years of combined experience in the field of services for students with disabilities. In addition to direct services to students, the Directors provide leadership in University policy in the area of access for students in academics, housing, and accommodations provision.