Disability Access @Stanford: Created by the Diversity and Access Office which oversees compliance with federal and state statutes, including the Americans with Disabilities Act and Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and provides disability-related access information for faculty, staff, students, and visitors of the Stanford community. They host a useful FAQ.
Office of Accessible Education (OAE): The Office of Accessible Education coordinates services and resources for undergraduates and graduate students with documented disabilities. The students who use the OAE’s services have a variety of disabilities, including mobility impairments, learning disabilities, chronic illness, psychological disabilities, and sensory disabilities. The mission of the OAE is to provide disabled students equal access to all facets of University life: education, housing, opportunities for recreation, and extracurricular activities. The OAE site also hosts information on faculty responsibilities regarding accessibility.
The Stanford Online Accessibility Program (SOAP): "The Stanford Online Accessibility Program provides resources for Stanford web designers, developers and content creators so that they can produce materials which are accessible to the broadest audience possible. The program achieves this through the promotion of universal design and web standards compliance."
Campus Access Guide: an online system of maps detailing wheelchair accessibility.