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Digital Accessibility

Digital accessibility means everyone has the right to access all the instructional materials and digital tools San Jose State has to offer. Without it, many students wouldn't be able to receive the education they deserve. That's why we've made sure all of our resources are usable by anyone. But we can't do it alone. We need your help in making SJSU a more supportive and accessible place to live, work and learn

Accessibility Tips

Are you curious about what you can do to help the campus become more accessible? We've compiled a list of tips to help you get started.

Read our accessibility tips

Your Role In Accessibility

Not sure what digital accessibility means for you? Need more clarity on what you could be doing to make the campus more accessible? We can answer those questions and more.

Learn more about your role in digital accessibility

Accessible Education Center

Need help? SJSU's Accessible Education Center (AEC) provides direct assistance to students who need help with accommodations.

Visit the AEC

Accessibility Reporting Form

San José State University is committed to accessibility and inclusion for all students, faculty, staff, and community members.  Please use this form to report any accessibility barriers related to campus facilities, buildings, and grounds; course materials and learning conditions; and web and IT applications and services.  

Report Incident

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Content Best Practices Guide

If you work on an SJSU website, you should become familiar with this guide. It will help you to create accessible content that help your site visitors achieve their objectives.