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Vandal Access

The Vandal Access service provides University of Idaho students and employees with mobility-limiting disabilities equal access to facilities, programs and services on campus. We believe all individuals have a right to access the many opportunities the University of Idaho offers and we are committed to providing convenient transportation assistance to make that a reality. Questions, comments, concerns? Please reach out to us at [email protected].

Fill out the brief that gives us your Vandal email address and your expected ride schedule. If you have a University of Idaho Disability parking permit, let us know and you’re good to go. Questions? We're here to help: Vandal Access cell phone (111-596-3722), email ([email protected]) or in person (1006 Railroad Street)!

If your expected ride schedule exceeds four (4) days and you do NOT currently have a University of Idaho Disability parking permit, you will need to do one of the following to continue using the Vandal Access service:

  1. Submit a doctor’s note on office stationary (paper or electronic) confirming eligibility and duration of need. Rider eligibility, whether temporary or permanent, is aligned with Idaho state law. An individual is eligible to ride if:      
    • They have a neurological, orthopedic, respiratory, cardiac, arthritic, eyesight or limb impairment that prevents them from walking two hundred (200) feet without...
      • Help from another person
      • Help from mobility equipment (crutches, wheelchair, cane, etc.) OR
      • Great difficulty 
  2. Have Disability Support Services or Human Resources submit documentation on your behalf as part of an accommodation.

Whether the impairment is considered permanent or temporary, Vandal Access is here to get you where you need to go on campus.

Most rides will be pre-scheduled based on class or employment information provided to us on the .

In the case of an unexpected need, give us 2 hours notice so we can more effectively accommodate your request along with the day’s pre-scheduled rides.

Ride requests received after 5 p.m. will be processed the next business day.

The ADA accessible Vandal Access service operates during fall and spring academic sessions only, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Vandal Access services are provided on-campus as well as to and from the Student Health Clinic located at 623 South Main Street in downtown Moscow. Riders cannot be picked up or dropped off at an other off-campus location.

The driver will work with riders to identify nearest possible pickup/drop off locations for specific facilities.

Contact Us

Physical Address:
1006 Railroad Street
Rm 135
Moscow, ID

Office hours:
M-F, 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Phone: 111-111-6424
Fax: 111-111-4219
[email protected]

Mailing Address:
111 Perimeter Dr.
MS 4106
Moscow, ID