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Student Accessibility Services




Student Accessibility Services (SAS) promotes and facilitates partnership among UNF students with disabilities and the UNF community. Registration and services are voluntary, confidential and free of charge to all UNF students with documented disabilities.


Our Mission

The primary mission of SAS is to ensure that all students with disabilities have equal access to educational opportunities at the University of North Florida. SAS promotes self-determination and self-advocacy of students with disabilities throughout the university community. It works to create an inclusive university climate to support the retention and success of all students with disabilities at UNF. In addition, SAS partners with other units on campus to ensure that students with disabilities are provided the opportunity to achieve their maximum potential. 


Please visit the following categories and learn how SAS can be of service to you!

During the Fall 2021 Semester the SAS office will be open for visitors without appointments, although visitors may schedule virtual or in-person appointments online to ensure adequate time is allotted to meet their needs. Guests are encouraged to wear a mask/face covering, although they are not required. Please review the following information as it relates to in-person access to SAS. Note: the below information is subject to change.


We ask that students continue to monitor alerts and the UNF coronavirus website for updates, resources and FAQs.


Appointment Scheduling Contact by Category:
Nature of Visit  Procedure
Paperwork/Documentation Drop-Off Please submit all documents electronically through the Paperwork Drop Off Contact.
SAS Registration By appointment ONLY. Please complete the SAS Registration request form at the Registration Request Contact.
Take Quiz/Exam By appointment ONLY. Student is responsible for scheduling all quizzes and exams IN ADVANCE through Clockwork. If you have any Exam questions or issues, please use the SAS Testing Contact.
Assistive Technology/Alternate Text For information about Assistive Technology and/or Alternate Text please complete the request form at the AT Contact.
ASL Interpreting Please complete the ASL Interpreting request form at the Interpreting Request Contact.
First-Time Visitors or General Questions/Concerns Some appointments may not be available in-person. Please fill out the form for Appointments or General Questions/Concerns at General Contact.



SAS uses the Clockwork web portal for exam scheduling and student accommodation renewal.  Please use the following links to access the Clockwork platform:   

 Exam Sign Up 

 Academic Accommodations Renewal by Semester 

 Begin SAS Registration Process 



The THRIVE Program

THRIVE is a support program for students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) at UNF. Students in THRIVE build skills in independent living, social communication, career development and executive functioning. THRIVE is also a great opportunity for students with ASD to interact with like-minded individuals and form long-lasting friendships.

 THRIVE Program Page 


ACCESS Academy

ACCESS Academy is designed to enhance strategic learning skills. This service if offered throughout the year as 'BOOST Sessions' through SAS on campus. Sessions begin each semester and are typically held once a week for three or four weeks, and are at least one hour in length. There is monetary compensation for each successfully completed session.

 ACCESS Academy Page 


Donate Here!

 Donate to Student Accessibility Services

 Donate to the THRIVE Program