The following committees provide advice and guidance to the campus in developing resources for improved accessibility:
DIAAC advises the Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor on policies and procedures affecting persons with disabilities relative to employment, educational opportunities and removal of architectural barriers. The Committee is composed of faculty, staff and students and meets the second Thursday of every month during the academic year.
ADA Special Access Funding Committee
The ADA Special Access Funding Committee, chaired by the ADA Compliance Officer, meets quarterly to identify and prioritize physical alterations to improve campus accessibility.
Electronic Access (E-Access) Committee
The Electronic Accessibility Committee was established in 2009 to help shape and promote accessibility in the UC Davis electronic environment. The Committee is composed of faculty, staff and students and reports to the Vice Provost for Information and Education Technology and the Campus Council for Information Technology.