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    Accessible technology for all.

Web accessibility benefits everyone!

  Accessible websites welcome people of all abilities to our university. University policy and federal and state law require that ASU's programs and services be available to persons with disabilities. All people and departments that post university or instructional web content are responsible for ensuring its compliance with conformance level AA of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1.

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

UTO Access Clinic

Wednesdays 1-5 p.m. - CPCOM 308*

Learn more about web accessibility and get help testing or fixing your website. First-come, first-served unless you've booked an appointment.

* After exiting the elevator, turn right and enter the glass door. Room 308 is the first conference room on the right.

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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