Visitors with Disabilities

Rutgers University is committed to providing equal access, full participation and inclusion of individuals of all abilities within the University's programs, activities or services. If you are a visitor to any Rutgers campus or program, please review the following information and resources below.

Parking and Transportation

  • Accessible Parking or Transportation - Provides information on Accessible Transportation and Parking Services. 
  • Visitor Parking - Looking for parking? Visit this site to learn more about student visitor permits, department one day visitor permits and other ways to park on campus.
  • Campus Shuttles - Learn more about our inter-campus bus and shuttle system, available for all members of the university community. The Department of Transportation Services (DOTS) at Rutgers provides a comprehensive transit system which serves all Rutgers campuses. Most buses are equipped to handle individuals with mobility impairments and have low entrance steps and/or mechanical platforms for wheelchair accessibility.
  • Accessible Parking for Football Games at High Point Stadium - Accessible parking and ADA shuttle services are available for our guests with a disability in order to enjoy their game day experience at High Point Stadium. For all other athletic or sporting events, please refer to the individual web site for accessible parking and transportation to these events.

Reasonable Accommodations for Visitors:

While many venues may be readily accessible, specific reasonable accommodations do require planning on the part of the University program or activity (e.g., an ASL interpreter, Computer Aided Realtime Captioning, accessible technology or equipment, or unique needs of an individual).

To ensure that reasonable accommodations can be made for an event, program or service in a timely manner, the individual requesting the accommodation should contact the host of the event or the event department listed within the event or program announcement.  Requests for reasonable accommodations should be made prior to the event. Some reasonable accommodations require planning time to arrange the appropriate accommodations, so please contact the event host with enough time to make the appropriate arrangements in a timely manner. If needed, the event planner or department will work with Rutgers Access and Disability Resources regarding requests for accommodations to ensure the appropriate accommodations are in place for the event, program or activity.

Guests or visitors who need assistance or further information related to how to request reasonable accommodations for events, programs, or activities at Rutgers should contact Rutgers Access and Disability Resources at 848-445-4499 or