Accessibility at CWU

The ADA Coordinator is responsible for providing leadership across Central Washington University's (CWU) residential campus, university centers, and instructional sites in addressing and building access to campus programs, services, and activities.

Below are just a few of the resources to consider; however, there are many areas where faculty, staff, and all CWU community members can engage best practices to ensure access while building in accessibility features for broader inclusion. The ADA Coordinator is available to consult on these areas and others.

University Facilities

Facilities prioritizes all ADA and accessibility requests and works with Disability Services and Human Resources for specific accommodations. If you have any questions regarding CWU buildings, circulation, and the campus, please contact CWU Facilities.

Teaching and Learning

Through the office of Multimodal Learning, CWU is proud to offer a variety of accessibility resources for faculty, including the resources outlined below as well as the Ally tool within Canvas to identify and help mediate accessibility. Faculty are encouraged to refer to the Accessibility module in the Instructor Resources Canvas course for continually updated information and guides.

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