The Division of Student Affairs at the University of Michigan is committed to making its websites as accessible to as many users as possible regardless of the challenges that they face. We strive to support full inclusion of individuals with disabilities as part of the University of Michigan's commitment to creating a diverse, multicultural community.
This site was built using XHTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and conforms to accepted Web standards laid out by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). If anything on this web site does not validate correctly or creates a problem for any user, please contact email@example.com. We welcome your comments and try to provide widely accessible information for all visitors. The site will continually evolve based on industry best practices.
Although every effort is made to present only fully accessible content on this site, a number of accessibility issues still need to be resolved. We are aware of the following issues and are working to address them on the following timeline:
Captioning in progress on Student Affairs videos - expected resolution June 2013
We are glad to provide an accessible version of any Student Affairs document found to be inaccessible. In many instances we have created html equivalents for content found in graphical pdf files. We continuously strive to provide all documents in an accessible format. We are aware that the following documents are not accessible but an accessible version will be provided upon request.
Documents presented in Issuu PDF viewer - accessible versions will be provided upon request
PDF documents under Research - accessible versions will be provided upon request
PDF documents under Building A Better Michigan - accessible versions will be provided upon request
The next editions will be produced with accessibility in mind.
University of Michigan's Directory of Disability Resources
This guide provides general accessibility information on campus and links to other helpful disability resources. See: http://umich.edu/Disability