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Pregnancy Accommodations


Under Title IX and ADA, a student qualifies for accommodations if their educational pursuits are interrupted by medically necessary absences due to pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions (miscarriage, false pregnancy, c-section, etc.). A student will need to provide documentation and ongoing engagement with a medical provider until recovered. When a student returns to school, the student will be allowed to return to the same academic and extracurricular status as before their medical leave began.

Contacts for Accommdodations

Employees who need assistance with Family Medical Leave (FML) and/or pregnancy accommodation should contact UA Human Resources at (907) 450-8200 or Please note that student/temporary employees may be eligible and should speak with UA HR for eligibility information.

Students who need assistance with pregnancy accommodations should contact UAS Disability Services at 907-796-6000 or e-mail

Students who need assistance with pregnancy accommodations should contact UAS Disability Services at 907-796-6000 or e-mail

Nursing Parents on Campus

Students can request flexibility from their faculty to express breast milk and faculty is encouraged to make adjustments for nursing parents. Typically, 15 to 20 minutes three times per day is appropriate, but more time may be needed to travel to the lactation room on campus. The lactation room on the Juneau campus is Egan 110, which is located near the Egan Lecture Hall, Room 112. Accommodations for an alternative space for expressing milk may be requested through the DS Office.

Childcare Options in Juneau

thread provides a search option for licensed childcare providers in the Juneau area.