Campus Accessibility

Accessibility and Travel

All buildings at FGCU are accessible. You may check with Adaptive Services for accessible routes and entrances. Information is also available on accessible restrooms and elevators. There are a few places on campus that may have limited accessibility, especially during construction periods. If you need to use one of these areas, contact Adaptive Services for alternatives. If you need to meet with a faculty/staff member that has an office in a limited accessible area, you should contact them and arrange to meet in an alternate site.

Adaptive Services does not provide ongoing travel assistance. FGCU's Student Government has shuttle services that provide transportation between the residence halls and main campus. If you need assistance getting from class to class, you may contact Adaptive Services for assistance. If assistance is needed for an extended period of time, you will need to ask friends, peers, classmates, etc. to help transport you around campus.

In the event of an emergency situation such as wheelchair or scooter breakdown, you may contact Adaptive Services for assistance in getting to your classes. There is limited transportation during summer sessions, holidays and academic breaks. If you will need assistance during these times, contact Adaptive Services for availability and possible alternatives.     Making Events Accessible on Campus 

Accessible Campus Map Tour

This map provides information on accessibility features around campus, as well as highlights accessibility at the primary student service locations. For more information on accessibility at FGCU, please contact Adaptive Services at 

Accessible Campus Map Tour

Bus Shuttles

The Eagle Express runs on week days between the main campus and residential housing areas when fall and spring classes are in session.

Bus Shuttle Information


All students and employees choosing to park on campus must purchase an FGCU parking permit. Contact the parking office to purchase a parking pass. All students living in the Residence Halls are not permitted to park on campus. FGCU currently runs a shuttle service to and from the residence halls via campus, therefore students living in the residence halls who cannot park on campus can take advantage of the shuttle. Shuttles are accessible and provide for multiple types of ability levels

Bus Shuttle Information

Accessible Parking Spaces

There are a limited number of accessible parking spaces located around campus. If you have a handicapped license plate/parking card and an FGCU parking permit, you are eligible to use these spaces.
*Please note: students and employees must still have an FGCU parking permit to use these spaces on a regular basis. Visitors with handicapped license plates/parking card may use these spaces without purchasing an FGCU parking permit.

Single Use Restrooms On Campus

There are single use restrooms on the main campus that can be accessed by individuals who need them. They are at the following locations:

Single Use Restrooms on Campus

FGCU Residence Halls

FGCU Residence Halls offer rooms and facilities that are accessible to persons with disabilities. A person with a disability may choose from a number of special options to provide the most convenient housing. If you need special housing arrangements because of a disability, you should discuss this need with your case manager, who will be able to explain options and recommend the correct procedures to follow. Students must still comply with all University Housing timelines.

All accessible rooms in the residence halls are equipped with flashing and audible emergency devices and elevators. Other accommodations are available upon request. Students requesting special housing conditions must request the accommodation on the Housing application and register with Adaptive Services.

Emergency Preparedness

Personal planning is the most important step in securing your safety while at FGCU.  Whether it’s making sure you receive notification of an emergency, or evacuating during an emergency, FGCU provides you with the tools for creating your emergency plan. 

Each building on campus is equipped with emergency signals that are both auditory and visual.  Building maps are posted at elevators, highlighting the stairwells and Areas of Rescue Assistance.  Additionally, each syllabus you receive will have information on emergency notification.  Instructors can assist you in locating emergency exits in relation to your classroom.  

 Students who will require assistance during an emergency situation should meet with their case manager to discuss the development of an emergency plan. FGCU employees are encouraged to meet with their supervisor to request and clarify their need for assistance.

 You are encouraged to visit the Environmental Health and Safety and University Police Department websites, below, for more specific information on emergency notification and evacuation.


Accessibility Information for Individuals and Guests 

Congratulations on your upcoming graduation.  We look forward to seeing you at the commencement ceremony, which will be held at Alico Arena.

If your guest requires accessible seating at commencement, we encourage you to share the following information with them:  

Alico Arena ADA Information

Alico Arena provides accommodations for those individuals with disabilities including elevators, accessible seating, and accessible restrooms. Accessible seating is available at all FGCU venues in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

For additional information regarding ADA accommodations, please visit the Alico Arena website.

ADA Seating

Alico Arena- ADA seating is available on a first-come, first-service basis and we request that out of respect for other guests, please limit to one companion seat.

Requesting Accommodations at Graduation

If you personally will need assistance for the graduation ceremony, or have any questions or concerns,


Tom Vaughan

Case Manager Adaptive Services

 239- 590-7932