University of Cincinnati's Electronic Accessibility Policy
University EIT Accessibility Statement
The University of Cincinnati is committed to providing full and equal access to our electronic and information technology (EIT), including websites, electronic files, digital course content and software/applications.
EIT Accessibility Policy
The purpose of the EIT Accessibility Policy is to define the accessibility requirements for the university's electronic resources and content, including websites, electronic files, digital course content, and software/applications. This policy includes information on the technical standards and guidelines adopted by the institution and describes electronic accessibility roles and responsibilities of faculty and staff at the University of Cincinnati. To support university faculty and staff with the implementation of this policy, the university has created the Accessibility Network.
Supporting Resources for EIT Accessibility
To support university faculty and staff with the implementation of this policy, the university has created the Accessibility Network. The Accessibility Network provides resources and training to create and sustain eAccessibility as part of the university's core commitment to provide an inclusive student environment. Resources provided to faculty and staff are:
These resources can help guide you through the process of creating accessible electronic files, digital course content, and/or websites, as well as buying accessible electronic information technology, software and applications.
Who to contact
If you have additional questions about the EIT Accessibility Policy, please contact our EIT Coordinator, Heidi Pettyjohn, via email at Heidi.Pettyjohn@uc.edu .
If you are a student with a disability seeking assistance, please visit UC's Accessibility Resources web pages:
If you are experiencing an accessibility barrier on a UC affiliated website, please use the online eAccessibility Concern form to describe your experiences.