ASU's Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion assists with resources for qualified employees and students, and to members of the general public to facilitate reasonable accommodations and support.
Employees can seek a workplace accommodation due to being at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19. These risks are based on factors identified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A COVID-19 workplace accommodation request form must be completed. For requests based on an underlying medical condition, employees will be required to provide documentation from a health-care provider. Documentation submission options are outlined on the form.
Any medical information obtained by HR is maintained confidentially. Medical documentation provided to HR as part of the accommodation process is not shared with supervisors. Additionally, HR will not share information regarding a specific diagnosis.
Face covering accommodation
Individuals can make or purchase a personal face covering, so long as it is of equivalent or greater efficiency to cloth face coverings. Personal face shields covering the entire face and used with a face covering can also be worn. Faculty members responsible for direct student instruction may request reusable face shields through the Workday Financial Management System.
Individuals unable to wear a face covering because of a medical condition or disability are encouraged to follow the Americans with Disabilities Act interactive process to identify a reasonable accommodation. Materials Management can supply a clear face covering for an individual with an approved ADA accommodation. Distributed department supply kits include cleaning supplies and a limited number of face coverings for guests and visitors with ADA needs.
ASU provides equal opportunity to qualified employees and students, and to members of the general public who have a disability. A reasonable accommodation is granted when appropriate in employment, the application for employment, services, programs, and activities, according to our policy ACD 405. Individuals with a disability are those who have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, has a record of such impairment, or is regarded as having such impairment.
The Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion facilitates the Americans with Disabilities Act requests for reasonable accommodations. An ADA consultant must be contacted for assistance in all matters related to compliance, in accordance with our policy, ACD 405. Call an ADA consultant at 480-965-9695 to assist with reasonable accommodations.
Before denying a request for disability accommodations, requiring a medical exam, or taking other action related to ADA requirements under this policy, unit or higher-level administrators must consult with the ADA consultant and obtain concurrence with the denial or action.
ASU's Breastfeeding Support Committee provides resources to nursing mothers who may need a private, comfortable space for their breastfeeding needs. Learn more about our breastfeeding support for the Downtown Phoenix, Tempe and West campuses.
View locations of gender-neutral restrooms on the ASU interactive map.
To navigate this map:
Select your campus at the top of the page.
In the locations tab, expand the services category.
In the services category, check the box next to gender-neutral restrooms.
To add the name and locator tags of buildings on the map, check the box next to the buildings category.
Limited English Proficiency
ASU is committed to ensuring a culture of inclusiveness which includes accessible information to programs and activities — generally provided in English— available to individuals with limited English proficiency. Contact your leadership, or the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for accommodations related to the Limited English Proficiency program.
ASU provides religious accommodations whenever necessary. Learn more about the process for requesting an accommodation for religious practices in our policy.