Student with a Disability
UHS offers an array of resources to support your UMass Amherst experience.
Students with attention, sight, hearing, learning, medical, psychological, mobility or physical disabilities should contact Disability Services, 231 Whitmore, to discuss options and referrals.
A TTY line is available for callers with hearing or speech impairments.
UHS is wheelchair accessible. Parking is available in the patient lot behind the main UHS building at 150 Infirmary Way; two spaces to the right of the building have a 15-minute limit.
Parking for the Center for Counseling and Psychological Health's main office is in the rear of the Hills House south wing; metered parking is available throughout the Central residence area. Metered parking is available at CCPH's satellite location at 123 Berkshire House.
UMass Transit offers special transportation, including door-to-door service.
Mental and emotional health
University life can be both exciting and challenging; find support at the Center for Counseling and Psychological Health. Services are also available for those with psychological or attention disabilities that require assessment, medications or accommodations; contact the CCPH, (413) 545-2337, to learn more.
Sometimes, health issues necessitate withdrawal from courses or the university. Disability Services staff and UHS' medical director work together with students when withdrawal is requested.