Announcement: accessibility.rutgers.edu is now being hosted under the Office of Information Technology (OIT). Though under a new look and new urls, information regarding IT Accessibility for Rutgers is still available here. Previous URLs will redirect to it's new locations on the OIT site.
Rutgers University is committed to ensuring equal access to information, programs, and activities through its technologies, web pages, and services. To this end, in 2013, the university began efforts aimed at providing a rich learning environment for all members of the Rutgers community. This website provides resources for faculty members, web designers/developers, and other university staff to address accessibility in information technology.
Included are tools to aid in web accessibility, online course accessibility, instructional materials, assistive and adaptive technology, video/multimedia captioning, and software procurement. Information technology accessibility in the Rutgers context is the application of universal design principles and accessibility standards to make websites, web applications, and various services usable by all members of the university community.
Where to start
For Website Accessibility
For Courses & Online Instruction
If you're still unable to find the information you're looking for, please check out our Accessibility Sitemap for a list of all our webpages regarded to accessibility.