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California State University, San Bernardino is committed to providing access to university electronic and information technologies for all CSUSB students, faculty, staff, and interested parties regardless of disability.
- CSUSB ADA Procedures and Guidelines
- Campus Accessibility Advisory Board Charter
- CSUSB Campus Accessibility Guide
- CSUSB Information Technology Accessibility Policy
Federal and state legislation:
- Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as amended (ADA)
- Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973
- Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as revised in 2017
- California Government Code 11135
- California Government Code 7405
Accessible Technology Initiative at CSUSB
The California State University System statement on accessibility is articulated in Executive Order 1111. The Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) at CSUSB reflects the California State University's (CSU) commitment to provide equal access to information resources and technologies to individuals with disabilities through Coded Memorandum AA-2015-22. The initiative is comprised of facilitating improvements in three priority areas:
- Instructional Materials
- Web Accessibility
- Procurement of Information & Communications Technology (ICT)
ATAC (Assistive Technology & Accessibility Center)
ATAC is an integral part of CSUSB's Accessible Technology service delivery for students, faculty, and staff.
Assistive Technology & Accessibility Center (ATAC) is a specialized computer lab that provides and supports a variety of assistive technologies (AT) for students, faculty, and staff. AT is traditionally used by individuals with disabilities to facilitate alternative means of access to information. However, many AT programs are often so effective that they are adopted into mainstream use by most everyone and thus the ATAC lab is open to everyone.
SSD (Services to Students with Disabilities)
The Office of Services to Students with Disabilities (SSD) is committed to providing eligible students accommodations that ensure equal access to learning and equal opportunity for academic success. Students must complete an Application for Services, which includes documentation of the disability to receive services. SSD also works with its student advisory board as well as CSUSB faculty and staff to raise campus-wide awareness of issues related to disability, accessibility, and equity.
Visit the SSD (Services to Students with Disabilities) website
Location: University Hall, Room 183
CAAB (Campus Accessibility Advisory Board)
California State University, San Bernardino is dedicated to ensuring that programs and facilities are accessible to all students, staff, faculty, and members of the community. To this end, the Campus Accessibility Advisory Board (CAAB) has been established to assist the University to identify and resolve barriers to individuals with disabilities.
Visit the CAAB (Campus Accessibility Advisory Board) website
CSUSB provides reasonable accommodations for employees with sensory, mental or physical disabilities. A reasonable accommodation is an accommodation that enables the employee to perform the essential functions of their position, is medically necessary, and does not create an undue hardship.
The mission of the WorkAbility IV (WA-IV) program is to provide support through enhanced career preparation services to California State University, San Bernardino (CSUSB) students with disabilities that are clients of the California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR) that assists them in overcoming barriers, obtaining gainful employment within their academic major and job retention.
Visit the WorkAbility IV website
Office: UH 183