Door Opener Service Request
If an automatic door opener is malfunctioning, please call Access Services at (801) 422-5521 so the door can be serviced.
Obtaining Disability Parking
Students and employees wishing to use disability parking must apply for those privileges through a state Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). The Utah DMV can issue disability parking placards even if the vehicle is registered in another state. If you need a disability parking placard for longterm or temporary use, you may request one by following these instructions:
- Go to dmv.utah.gov/plates/disabled
- Download or print Form TC-842 found in the "Obtaining Plates or Placards" section on the webpage
- After a licensed physician (not a psychologist or counselor) completes the TC-842 form, you can apply for the plate or placard in person at the DMV or by mail
BYU Disability Parking Guidelines
Any person who has a disability and who properly displays a valid disability placard (placard must be hung from mirror) or disability license plate issued by a state may park in a designated disability stall as long as it is not reserved for a specific disability placard number.
Placards are valid only when the person to whom the placard is issued is either in the vehicle or being picked-up or dropped off. Placards misused in this manner will be seized and returned to the issuing state and a citation may be issued.
A valid state placard or license plate for persons with a disability does not authorize parking in areas designated for emergency use (red curbs), outside marked parking stalls, nor in specially designated stalls, such as Service, Official, Police Service, X stalls, Departmental stalls, etc.
Disability placards or plates are valid in "A", "C", "G", or "Y" lots and in time zones (only those displaying clock symbols on the parking sign) for extended periods of time when designated disability slots are unavailable, unless otherwise restricted.
Examples of stalls that are "otherwise restricted" include but are not limited to:
X (Special University Guest Parking)
O (Dean Parking)
Service Vehicle Stalls
Stalls reserved for a specific permit number
Sports Official stalls
* If the available disability parking stalls at BYU do not meet your disability-related needs please contact Shelli Mahler, Coordinator of Physical Disabilities and Programs at email@example.com.
Maps of Disability Features by Building
We are currently updating our campus accessibility maps for your convenience. Several maps are listed below, along with a key to interpret the maps. If a building you need to access is not listed, please contact the Coordinator of Physical Disabilities and Programs, Shelli Mahler, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Single Stall Restrooms
Large private stalls
Abraham Smoot Building (C334)
Benson (C012, C014)
Cannon Center (123)
Conference Center/Harman Building (222)
Crabtree Technology Building (62, 64)
Engineering Building (212, 347)
Harold B. Lee Library (3410, 3421, 2222)
Heritage Halls Central Building (130)
*All Heritage Halls buildings have a unisex guest restroom on the first floor, but they are for residents and guests only
Hinckley Center (149, 151)
J. Reuben Clark Building (352, 356, 269)
Joseph F. Smith Building (B021, B179)
Joseph Smith Building (125, 223, 325)
Kimball Building (139A, 224)
LDS Motion Picture Studio (M106)
Miller Baseball Park (214, 216, 305)
*305 in the VIP section and has restricted access
Marriot Center (2135)
*This stall is located on the west side of the ticket office. Go through the first door from the lobby and down the hall. The stall is located on the left. This bathroom is for employee use only, but may be utilized if for disability related reasons.
Museum of Art (273)
Richards Building (1119, 1121)
Student Athlete Building (220A, Weight Room)
Snell Building (160)
Smith Fieldhouse (30J, 224B)
Talmage Building (1151)
Tanner Building (346)
Wilkinson Center (2144)
Private stall but limited in space
Benson Building (C125)
Joseph K. Nicholes Building (102, 106, 241)
James E. Talmage Building (1151, 2259, 3367,355,)