The university is committed to diversity and inclusiveness with the goal of providing an accessible, usable and welcoming environment for faculty, staff, students, applicants, visitors, and participants in programs and services.

We strive for an inclusive approach to all aspects of accessibility on campus and to have all members of the campus community engaged in shared responsibility for accessibility of our programs, services, and activities.

This website serves as a resource and centralization of accessibility and accommodations related information for the campus community.

Accessibility Offices

The university has offices dedicated to providing accommodations and ensuring accessibility and inclusion across our campus.

Accessibility Advisory Committees

Advisory committees evaluate and review the accessibility of our facilities, programs, and services and determine if gaps exist and examine ways that our campus might improve overall quality and access.

Accessible Event Planning

Find guidance and resources to help you host an accessible event, including preparing for and handling requests for disability accommodations and modifications.

IT Accessibility Guidelines

WCAG 2.0 provides success criteria for measuring web accessibility, as well as providing useful metrics for products and services that are not specifically web based.

Creating Accessible Documents

When creating content, there are a few basic steps that should be followed in order to assure your content is accessible.

Creating Accessible Videos

Videos should be produced and delivered in ways that ensure that all members of the audience can access their content.

The University of Arkansas Disability Awareness Recognition Award 2023

The Office of Accommodation and Accessible Services (OEOC-AAS) in collaboration with the Center for Educational Access (CEA) want to recognize the efforts of campus community members whose efforts help to create an "ADA Friendly" campus and a sense of belonging for all individuals with disabilities. These awards highlight the importance of the involvement of the entire campus community in providing accommodations and promoting accessibility. As we strive to become a campus where accessibility is universal. Those receiving awards will be those members of the University of Arkansas community that have helped propel us in that direction.

10/25/23 - University of Arkansas Disability Recognition Awards – in-person event from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm, Arkansas Union room - 507-509, Chancellor Charles F. Robinson to open the formal awards ceremony at 11:30 am. Awards recipients to be recognized at 12:00 pm. Refreshments will be provided.

Calendar of events for Disability Awareness Month (Oct 1 - 31):

Statement of Nondiscrimination

It is the policy of the University of Arkansas (University) to provide equal access and opportunity to qualified persons with disabilities in compliance with Section 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended; the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990; and the ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA) of 2008. The University prohibits discrimination based on disability in all services, programs and activities, aspects of the application process and employment relationship. The University will make good faith efforts to provide reasonable accommodations to applicants, employees, students, visitors, and participants in programs and services.