Employees who have a disability and need to request reasonable accommodations must follow the established Employee Procedures for Requesting Reasonable Accommodations under the ADA. A reasonable accommodation is determined on a case-by-case basis and designed to assist an employee in the performance of his or her job without placing an undue hardship on the University or posing a direct threat to the employee or to other individuals. For example, a reasonable accommodation may include offering the vaccination, providing an N-95 mask, or offering a workplace modification, such as an alternate space assignment to support physical distancing.

Eligible employees who are unable to work can request Family and Medical Leave for a leave of absence to care for themselves or a qualifying family member.