Harvard University welcomes students, faculty, staff and visitors with disabilities. For more information, please visit Harvard University Disability Services: https://accessibility.harvard.edu
Parking On Campus
University Disability Services (UDS) and Parking Services jointly manage all parking policy and parking requests based on disability. Persons who require accessible parking as a reasonable accommodation will not be required to pay more than the applicable rate for similarly situated individuals without disabilities who park in the same facility. Accessible permits may be purchased online for the following locations: Broadway Garage, 52 Oxford Street Garage, 10 Everett Street Garage. Note: Free parking may be available for ticketed events. See venue parking information below.
Purchase accessible permits online: http://www.transportation.harvard.edu/parking/visitors/online-daily-permits (If you do not have an assigned code, please use – Department: Visitor to Campus, Department Code: 7700)
For more information about accessible parking spaces, please phone Parking Services at 617.496.7827 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Where available, accessible and companion seating can be purchased online (pending availability). Simply select the accessible and companion seating adjacent to the wheelchair symbol. Choose the desired price and complete your order. For questions about accessible seating, please contact the Harvard Box Office at 617.496.2222.
Purchase Note: by selecting ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) accessible seating, you acknowledge that you have accessibility needs or are accompanying one who has accessibility needs. The venue reserves the right to take action against individuals who fraudulently obtain accessible seating.
Sanders Theatre is wheelchair accessible on the floor level with ramp entrances at both ends of the transept (lobby). Note: the Theatre does not provide wheelchairs. Handicapped seating in the theatre is on Orchestra level only, sold at all price levels based upon availability. There are elevators in the building that lead to restrooms in the basement; however, not to Mezzanine or Balcony seating.
Sanders Theatre is equipped with assisted listening devices for hearing enhancement. Please check with the box office manager or production manager to borrow a device. Our Sennheiser Infrared Assistive Listening System devices include both Sennheiser RI 100-J stethophone receivers and EZT 100 Induction Neckloops for use with hearing aids.
Lowell Lecture Hall is wheelchair accessible on the street level with entrances at the lobby. Note: the hall does not provide wheelchairs. Handicapped seating in the hall is on the first level. There is one elevator in the building that leads to restrooms in the basement.
Lowell Hall is not equipped with assisted listening devices.
Accessible parking for Lowell Hall: There is no parking at Lowell Hall itself. Accessible parking spaces are available at the 52 Oxford St. Garage .
For accessibility information on specific venues, visit University Disability Services campus map: https://accessibility.harvard.edu/campus-map
Several more theatre, concert, and dance venues on campus are fully accessibility. Please contact the Harvard Box Office at 617.496.2222 regarding specific spaces.