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A centralized location for accessibility and disability resources

“Accessibility is a very important dimension of inclusion, and needs to be a partnership that we all engage in together.”

Chancellor Jennifer L. Mnookin

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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.

Digital accessibility

Assistance for employees &

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Ways faculty and staff can help create a more inclusive university. Accessibility is everyone’s role at UW-Madison.

Faculty and staff

Plan an accessible event

How to make sure everyone can access your event.

Physical accessibility

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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.

Information on training


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.

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Available accessibility services to the UW-Madison community addressing accommodations, facilities, transportation, designing for accessibility, academic research, fitness and recreation.

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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.

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