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Accessibility at CSUSB

Students

To the student, accessibility at CSUSB means:

  • Helping to create an inclusive environment in the classroom that enables all students to be successful in attaining an education
  • Creating class presentations and projects that everyone can access
  • Understanding that everyone communicates and performs tasks at a different pace and in different ways.
  • Assisting a person in need during an emergency evacuation.

If you are a student with a disability, this also means:

Faculty

To faculty, accessibility at CSUSB means:

  • Creating an inclusive environment in the classroom that enables all students to be successful in attaining an education.
  • Providing accessible instructional materials.
  • Incorporating the principals of Universal Design for Learning when developing a new course or redesigning a current course.
  • Making textbook selections by the adoption deadline and course curriculum decisions early.
  • Proving textbook adoption information to the Coyote Bookstore, regardless of the source you recommend.
  • Attending workshops to learn how to make your website accessible, especially if used to provide instructional materials.
  • Checking accessibility criteria before buying any new electronic and/or information technology (such as computer hardware or software).
  • Ensuring that media that is purchased or used as course material is captioned.
  • Using course materials that are available in electronic format, when available.
  • Assisting a person in need during an emergency evacuation.

If you are a faculty member with a disability, this also means:

  • Gaining better access to Information and Communication Technology.
  • Becoming familiar with the resources provided by Stacey Barnier in the Human Resources Department at (909) 537-5138 or SBarnier@csusb.edu

Staff

To the staff, accessibility at CSUSB means:

  • Checking accessibility criteria before buying any new electronic and/or information technology (such as computer hardware or software)
  • Creating an inclusive environment in the work area that enables all employees to be successful in attaining their chosen career.
  • Attending workshops to learn how to make your documents, media, and websites accessible.
  • Developing accessible meeting presentations, digital documents, email blasts)
  • Ensuring that media that is purchased or used in the office is captioned.
  • Discouraging stereotypical behavior.
  • Actively supporting accessibility and ATI implementation.
  • Assisting a person in need during an emergency evacuation.

If you are a staff member with a disability, this also means:

  • Gaining better access to Information and Communication Technology.
  • Becoming familiar with the resources provided by Stacey Barnier in the Human Resources Department at (909) 537-5138 or SBarnier@csusb.edu