Student Life Disability Services: Student Life Disability Services collaborates with and empowers students who have disabilities in order to coordinate support services and programs that enable equal access to an education and university life.
ADA Coordinator: The ADA Coordinator's Office was created to guide the University's efforts to move beyond compliance and toward seamless access. As the University's focal point for disability related initiatives, the ADA Coordinator's Office collaborates with University offices, governmental agencies, and advocacy groups to inform decision-making and ensure University compliance with State and Federal mandates. To accomplish this the Office is a referral point for disability related information, services and resources; provides consultation on policy reviews and facilities planning; conducts workshops and training on disability related topics; serves as a clearing house for disability related complaints; and develops disability related initiatives.
Web Accessibility Center (WAC): The Web Accessibility Center (WAC) offers faculty and staff resources to make their online and digital educational tools/documents/programs accessible for all.
Office of Distance Education and eLearning (ODEE): ODEE is committed to providing equal access to courses, programs, and technologies for all students. ODEE believes accessibility is a critical component for Ohio State to be a land-grant institution to the world - as critical as security of our systems and property rights of our students, faculty, and staff. For more information on the ODEE accessibility plan email ODEEaccessibility@osu.edu.
Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO): The OCIO works to ensure the systems and infrastructure at OSU is designed with accessibility in mind. OCIO-built applications are subject to an array of accessibility considerations before they are released. Applications and products purchased from external vendors must meet accessibility standards or be willing to work with OCIO and WAC to improve accessibility of their product.
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