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Accessible technology for all.

Accessibility benefits everyone!

Accessible online courses and websites welcome people of all abilities to our university. All ASU employees and departments that post university or instructional digital content are responsible for ensuring that their content complies with level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 to adhere with ASU policy.

To learn more about digital accessibility and how to test your course, site, application or content for compliance, check out the links below. Let us know how we can help you!


UTO Access Clinic

Tuesdays 1-5 p.m. online

Learn more about online accessibility and get help testing or fixing your website.
Book a virtual appointment and we'll send you a Zoom link to meet online.

Book appointment


Universal Design Access Technology Working Group

UDAT Working Group

July 7
11:00 am

The Universal Design Access Technology (UDAT) Working Group is a coalition of professionals from across Arizona State…

ASU A11y Guild

ASU A11y Guild

July 11
1:00 pm

Join us for the next monthly meeting of the ASU A11y Guild!

Meetings are an informal gathering of developers,…

HighEdWeb Association Accessibility Summit - Learn about all things digital accessibility

HigherEdWeb 2022 Accessibility Summit

July 28
12:00 am

Learn about digital accessibility in higher education

The Accessibility Summit is a one-day, online event…

Accessibility facts

  • 57 million Americans are living with a disability

  • 2.17 million surf the web on a regular basis

  • 1.5 million find web browsing challenging

  • 9 out of 10 websites are NOT accessible