On-Campus Accessibility Resources
Student with disabilities may request support and accommodations through the Student Accessibility Support (SAS) office. Services are available to both undergraduate and graduate students.
At Brandeis University, we believe information on the web should be available to all people, regardless of physical or developmental abilities and impairments. Web accessibility training is available to all members of the Brandeis community who create digital content.
The Fellows support their peers in their adjustment to college life, both academically and socially. SAS Fellows are students who are registered with SAS and who have shown success and personal growth during their time at Brandeis University. During office hours, SAS Fellows help to create a welcoming, stigma-free campus community that promotes disability awareness so that all students have an opportunity to flourish and embrace their differences.
An interdisciplinary group of students, staff, and faculty from all over the University who work together to identify and address accessibility concerns. For more information or to inquiry about becoming a member of the CAC, contact Cara Streit, director of Student Accessibility Support, or Sonia Jurado, director of the Office of Equal Opportunity, at OEO@brandeis.edu.
Brandeis has a number of resources developed around creating accessible websites. This Web Accessibility website provides guidance and standards for Brandeis websites, as well as additional guidance on creating accessible documents and other types of digital content. We encourage you to check out the Making Digital Materials Accessible online course. This is a self-paced, LATTE course that goes over topics such as "Digital Accessibility 101" and "Fixing Inaccessible Materials."
The library is dedicated to providing access and services to all members of the Brandeis community. If faculty have direct questions and/or need any instructional support, please reach out to email@example.com.
For more information about accessibility resources, please visit the Student Accessibility Support (SAS) website.