“It takes all of us - faculty, staff, and students - to do our part to design an inclusive and accessible university.”Ruben Mota, ADA Coordinator
Providing the university community the information they need to design an accessible environment. Ensuring equal access to programs, services, and events for people with disabilities is our shared responsibility towards right-doing and benefits everyone.
Information for people with disabilities, whether a student, employee, program participant, or visitor, to request reasonable accommodations.
Assistance for students
Services, guidance, and assistance for students to independently and robustly participate in the activities they want to at UW-Madison.
Make my content accessible
For your webpages or other digital content.
Assistance for employees
Ways faculty and staff can help create a more inclusive university. Accessibility is everyone’s role at UW-Madison.
Plan an accessible event
How to make sure everyone can access your event.
Learn how to create a more accessible UW-Madison.
Including training for All UW-Madison employees, faculty, management/supervisors, those interested in making a more accessible university.
Guidance to help understand our shared role of inclusivity through accessibility at UW-Madison, including how to make it happen.
Your role, digital accessibility, accessible facilities, and how to get around.
Available accessibility services to the UW-Madison community addressing accommodations, facilities, transportation, designing for accessibility, academic research, fitness and recreation.
Report an accessibility barrier
Accessibility is a shared commitment for all Badgers. If you know of a barrier you can make a report to participate in the work to improve our university.
UW-Madison values the contributions of each person and respects the profound ways their identify, culture, background, experience, status, abilities and opinion enrich the university community. It takes all of us to achieve the university’s mission by creating a welcoming and inclusive community for people from every background.
Inside UW article - New website provides a central location for campus accessibility answers
In conversation with ADA coordinator Ruben Mota
This article highlights the inspiration for and work that went into creating this new accessibility resource website for the university.