Hall in front of Royce Hall

Center for Accessible Education (CAE)

UCLA’s Center for Accessible Education (CAE) facilitates academic accommodations, disability advocacy, and serves as an educational resource for the campus community. CAE provides students with disabilities the necessary accommodations to ensure they have access to instruction materials and other resources that contribute to their success at UCLA

General Info

Times vary. Please see resource website for more information.
Online On Campus A255 Murphy Hall
Undergraduate Graduate & Professional

Contact Info

(310) 825-1501


  • Academic Accommodations Application - Apply for academic accommodations, submit the necessary medical information, and meet with a Disability Specialist.
  • Housing Accommodations Application - Apply for housing accommodations for all university-owned housing facilities.
  • New CAE Students - Learn about documentation guidelines and if you qualify for support from CAE.
  • Graduate CAE Students - Find out more about how CAE supports graduate students.
  • Returning CAE Students - Learn about how to reapply for accommodations, schedule advising appointments, and other frequently asked questions. Information for
  • Faculty - Explore resources on how faculty can support students with disabilities in the classroom.
  • Appeals and Grievances - File complaints related to disability discrimination or the failure to reasonably accommodate disability-related academic or housing needs.
  • Contact - Submit personal questions to the CAE.
  • Trainings and Workshops - Request a training, workshop , or to table at an event.