Undergraduate Catalog: 2020-21

Accessibility

Accessibility of Information and Communication Technology

The University of Saint Francis strives to ensure that all people, including those with disabilities, have equal access to its educational services and content, including services and content made available using information and communication technology (ICT). ICT refers to electronic resources used for instruction, information distribution, or communication. The University’s commitment to ICT accessibility aligns with federal and state law as well as the University’s Franciscan Values. Creating an accessible ICT environment is the responsibility of all University administrators, faculty, and staff.

To notify the University of an issue with information and communication technology accessibility, please contact the Executive Director of Student Success, Academic Career and Development Center at https://accessibility.sf.edu/.

Additionally, the Coordinator of Student Accessibility Services provides services and accommodations for students with disabilities in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.  To learn how to request assistance, visit  https://accessibility.sf.edu/.