ADA Request form

If you believe you may need an employment accommodation because of a disability, please complete the following form. The information you provide will assist the ADA coordinator in determining whether, and/or to what extent, reasonable accommodations may be required for you to perform the essential functions of your job.
If you would like to discuss your situation before completing the form or have any questions about the accommodations process, please email or call 573-341-7734. 

The ADA Coordinator will keep this form separate from your personnel file and will not share this form with your supervisor unless you give permission. However, the information you provide may be shared with your healthcare providers.

ADA Request Form

ADA and Covid-19


The Student Disability Services and the Equity and Title IX teams want to ensure you have all of the available information about how COVID-19 may affect those who need accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The teams are available to assist all community members, including students, staff and faculty. Please contact equity and Title IX or student disability services if you have an active accommodation with one of the offices and feel that it needs to be updated due to COVID-19.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has provided guidance indicating that individuals with certain conditions may be at high risk of serious illness if they are exposed to COVID-19. Students who are undergoing treatment or have health conditions that may put them at higher risk may contact Student Disability Services at to discuss COVID-related accommodations. Employees are encouraged to contact Equity and Title IX at or submit an online request form here:

 ADA Covid-19 request form.

Faculty are encouraged to reach out to the disability support services team with questions about how to accommodate students in the classroom environment. Additionally, we recognize a common concern is the concept of a cloth face covering for many medical and mental health-related reasons. Please note that a face shield does satisfy the face covering requirement and does not require an ADA accommodation from the offices.