Skip to content. | Skip to navigation

You are here: Home Office of AccessABILITY Resources

List of Resources

The following link will take you to our Reasonable Accommodations Booket which will provide answers to many common questions.

Reasonable Accommodations Booklet

A helpful link on free and low cost tools for online learning: Online Learning Tools

This link will provide information to the relevant Americans with Disabilities or Section 504 laws and regulations.

Relevant ADA and 504 laws and regulations

For those interested in the legal history of Disability Services in Higher Education, the following link may be of interest.

Nine Cases that have Shaped Disability Services in Higher Education

For emergency support and resources for Hunter College students; please click the link below.

Hunter College Emergency Supports and Resources

From Moneygeek, this new resource was created to educate disabled workers and job-seekers to the rights afforded to them by federal and state governments.

The guide offers tips to help these individuals find a job, providesadvice on staying gainfully employed, and includes guidance that can help disabled workers talk with an existing employer about making reasonable accommodation. You can check out the entire guide below.


From the Tech Policy and Education Council (TPE Council): The internet is for everyone and this includes the estimated over one billion people living with some form of disabilities. Among the barriers that these people need to overcome to access the internet is affordability.  It is a given fact that many persons with disabilities belong to the low-income sector and have limited opportunities. According to the World Health organization, People with disabilities are disproportionately affected during the COVID-19 pandemic.


This guide explains how people with disabilities can receive low-cost internet and cellphone services. It also includes information on how to get free low-cost devices and enroll in programs that foster digital literacy.


Please click here for more information.

Via link below, you will find practices for resume writing, laws that protect you from discrimination, and several other topics that you should know about as a disabled worker.

Resume and Employment Guide for People with Disabilities

As always, please contact us if you have any other questions. We may be contacted at (212) 772-4857, visied at 1214B, East Building or emailed at

Document Actions
« May 2022 »
Office of AccessABILITY website feedback:
Room 1214B, East Building, 695 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10065
(212) 772-4857 | email us
695 Park Ave
NY, NY 10065