Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium
Capital One Field at Maryland Stadium is designed with parking, restrooms, concessions, water fountains, ATMs, closed captioning and seating areas accessible to guests with disabilities.
- ADA Accessible Parking: ADA accessible parking is available via the north entrance of Stadium Drive Garage. You may purchase an online permit for any football lot and display both your online pre-paid permit and your disability license plate or placard. Vehicles MUST have a disabled license plate or placard to enter an ADA accessible parking area. Requests for additional information regarding disabled parking and paratransit should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org 72 hours prior to game day.
- In-Game Closed Captioning
- Assistive Listening Devices: Assistive listening devices are available upon request. An individual who may need ALS devices can approach any customer service or volunteer staff to be directed to a fan assistance location in order to check one out.
The XFINITY Center is designed with parking, power assisted doors, restrooms, concessions, water fountains, ATMs, closed captioning and seating areas accessible to guests with disabilities. Please refer to Guests with Disabilities for more information.
University Recreation & Wellness Accessibility
RecWell is committed to providing facilities, programs, services and employment opportunities that are inclusive to the entire UMD community. Programs are designed to allow participation by all. Except for the Reckord Armory (no elevator), all RecWell facilities meet the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) compliance requirements and standards. Guide/aid animals are permitted.
Read the March 2022 Maryland Today story about the fencing club: En Garde for Accessibility.
RecWell Adaptive Climbing
RecWell's Climbing Wall values inclusion and is committed to creating spaces that are accessible to all members of the UMD community. To foster a community for underrepresented groups, we are hosting affinity spaces at the climbing wall throughout the spring semester. Affinity spaces can be a place for underrepresented people in a community to come together to feel less isolated and more connected.
No sign-up is required! Participants can simply show up at the Eppley RecWell climbing wall. They should be wearing comfortable clothes and closed-toe shoes.
Questions? Please contact Meghan Loughry at email@example.com.
JTCC, a tennis center in College Park, offers free weekly wheelchair tennis clinics on Sundays from 1-3 p.m. The clinics are open to people with disabilities of all ages, from beginners to experienced players. Sports wheelchairs and tennis rackets are provided.
Wheelchair tennis has only one difference between its able-bodied counterpart: the tennis ball may bounce up to two times instead of just once. Everything else—the scoring, size of the court, equipment—is the same, and you can play the sport with anyone whether they are playing in a wheelchair or not! The qualification to compete in official competition is a permanent disability that affects mobility at or below the waist. If you do not have a qualifying disability but are still interested in learning more about the sport or volunteering, you are more than welcome to attend!
For more information, please email Gabby Hesse at firstname.lastname@example.org.