Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Policy
This policy applies to all Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) resources and services offered and controlled by St. Ambrose University ("St. Ambrose") for use by St. Ambrose students, prospective students, staff, faculty, administration, and visitors.
II. POLICY STATEMENT
St. Ambrose is committed to providing accessible EIT-based resources and materials to all St. Ambrose prospective students, students, staff, faculty, administration, and visitors. St. Ambrose also has policies and procedures to provide reasonable accommodations and appropriate adjustments and modifications to EIT resources and materials in an effort to effectively serve all individuals, including those with disabilities. St. Ambrose's EIT accessibility policies and procedures adhere to anti-discrimination laws and regulations enacted to protect the rights of and ensure accessibility to individuals with disabilities. St. Ambrose also offers additional resources for individuals with disabilities. Students and prospective students with disabilities who have questions about accessibility, or are seeking an accommodation may contact or visit the Accessibility Resource Center, 518 W. Locust Street, Cosgrove Hall, Lower Level, Davenport, Iowa, 563-333-6275 (TTY) phone, 563-333-5810 fax, or email SaddlerRyanC@sau.edu. Employees and applicants for employment who have questions about accessibility or are seeking an accommodation may contact or visit Human Resources, Ambrose Hall, 1st Floor, phone 563-333-6364, fax 563-333-6326.
III. REPORTING OF ANY ISSUES OR ALLEGED VIOLATIONS OF POLICY
St. Ambrose is committed to working with any students, prospective students, staff, faculty, administration and visitors who have issues accessing St. Ambrose's EIT-based resources. To that end, this policy provides that:
If you have any accessibility concerns or need additional assistance with the St. Ambrose University website, please immediately contact the Accessibility Resource Center at 563-333-6275 (TTY) or email email@example.com.
IV. EIT ACCESSIBILITY ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
For more information on accessibility standards and tools, please visit:
Adobe Accessibility Resources (http://www.adobe.com/accessibility/resources.html)
American Federation for the Blind (http://www.afb.org/default.aspx)
Google Accessibility (https://www.google.com/accessibility/)
W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (https://www.w3.org/WAI/Resources/Overview)
(effiective January 2018)