Accessibility and Resources

Swift Hall provides a number of resources for users with disabilities. In addition, we are pleased to provide two single-user restrooms and a Mother's Room. 

The University of Chicago welcomes students, faculty, other academic appointees, staff, postdoctoral researchers, and visitors with disabilities. Equal Opportunity Programs, in partnership with Student Disability Services (SDS) and Employee and Labor Relations, works to ensure that the University is an accessible and welcoming working and learning environment for individuals with disabilities.

For questions about access or to request a reasonable accommodation that will facilitate your full participation in a Divinity School public event such as ASL interpreting, etc., please contact our Operations Manager, Irema Halilovic, in advance: 773-702-7170.

For further information on the University's policies and resources, visit Access UChicago Now.

Mother’s Room: 

Basement room 010, across from the elevator

Our Mothers Room is a private, clean place for nursing/attending to infants. The room has changing area, sink, and comfortable seating.

See Irema Halilovic in Swift 101 for room key.


The front entrance is not ADA accessible; there are two sets of small steps leading up to the front doors.

The ADA accessible entrance is located on the southern side of the building by Bond Chapel.

Looking for a single user restroom?

  • First floor - to the right of the entrance doors, next to the Dean of Students Office (104)
  • Third floor - past the men's restroom, in the 306 suite of offices (west end of the building, further from the main staircase)
All-gender, wheelchair accessible bathroom sign