UA forges collaborations for accessible online classes
An accessible campus is not made accessible because of just one department or office. For campus accessibility to work well and succeed, collaborations must be made between departments and individuals across the institution. But what exactly does that web of communication and cooperation look like, and how can this collaborative strategy be implemented? The University of Arizona (UA) is one shining example of this model.
The largest and most successful collegiate-based program in the country, University of Arizona (UA) Adaptive Athletics provides high-quality, meaningful opportunities for competitive wheelchair and adaptive sports
to disabled students and community members. To donate, please go to the UA Foundation website.
DRC is the campus department designated by the University to determine and provide access to University classes, programs and activities for disabled individuals. Through an interactive process, we will facilitate access either through a reasonable accommodation or by redesigning aspects of a University experience. Our processes are designed to be convenient for students.