Policy 7.1.7 - Digital Technology Accessibility

The College is committed to taking reasonable measures to support the accessibility of its audio, visual, telecommunications and web-based technologies (“Digital Technology”) for use by students, employees and/or the general public. Students who seek an accommodation for Digital Technology should contact Counseling Services. Employees who seek accommodations should contact the College’s Human Resources office.

Undue burden and non-availability may qualify as an exemption from this Policy when compliance is not technically possible or is unreasonably burdensome in that it would require extraordinary measures due to the nature of the request or would fundamentally alter the purpose of the Digital Technology.

When conducting core academic and business activities using web content, the College shall make a good faith effort to align the web content with the guidelines of the most current version of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Level AA (WCAG 2.0 AA).

Adopted: November 13, 2019
Legal Reference: Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended.