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ESJ Accessibility Information link

ESJ has information about entrances, parking, elevators, restrooms, seating, signage and more. For further assistance regarding accessibility in Edward St. John, please contact the operations manager at esj@umd.edu or 301-405-4702.

Accessibility Information for Stamp Student Union - opens in new webpage

Stamp provides information about entrances, parking, elevators, restrooms, IT resources for those hosting events in the building and more. For further assistance regarding accessibility in the Stamp Student Union contact the Stamp Administrative Offices at 301-314-8502.

Accessibility at The Clarice

The Clarice is committed to making The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center and its performances accessible to all guests.

If you have any questions or concerns, need assistance or an accommodation not mentioned below, please contact the ticket office Monday-Friday 12-5 p.m. at 301.405.ARTS (2787) or email access-theclarice@umd.edu.

Accessibility at the UMD Libraries

Learn about accessibility at the UMD Libraries, including how to get assistance from library staff and physical access to various library buildings on campus. If you would like an orientation or have other questions about library services and access, please contact libadmin@umd.edu.

Athletics

Accessibility at SECU Stadium

SECU Stadium is designed with parking, restrooms, concessions, water fountains, ATM's, and seating areas accessible to guests with disabilities.A

Accessibility at Xfinity Center

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.

Recreation

RecWell 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.

Adaptive Sports

UMD Fencing Club

Read the March 2022 Maryland Today story about the fencing club: En Garde for Accessibility.

Climbing

RecWell's Climbing Wall hosts affinity spaces at the climbing wall. Affinity spaces can be a place for underrepresented people in a community to come together. No sign-up is required! Participants can simply show up at the Eppley RecWell climbing wall. Please wear comfortable clothes and closed-toe shoes.

Questions? Please contact Meghan Loughry at mloughry@umd.edu.

Adaptive Tennis Info

JTCC, a tennis center in College Park, serves more than 300 adaptive athletes per year. They offer free weekly wheelchair tennis clinics open to people with disabilities of all ages, from beginners to experienced players. Sports wheelchairs are provided upon request. For more information, please email Gabby Hesse at ghesse@jtcc.org.