Accessibility Barriers

Alfred University is committed to providing a positive learning, living and working environment free from discrimination. No otherwise qualified individual will be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination in the services, programs, and activities of Alfred University on the basis of a disability. Alfred University will make reasonable accommodations in policies, practices, and procedures when the accommodations are necessary to afford the opportunity for equal access to education programs, activities, and services to qualified individuals with disabilities, unless the accommodations would fundamentally alter the nature of the programs, activities, or services, or constitute an undue burden. Alfred University complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act and with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.

A special message for students and users who utilize a screen reader to navigate the AU Website: Alfred University will strive to make Web pages accessible in a wide variety of screen readers. However, when inconsistencies and contradictory specifications on making pages accessible in a set of screen readers, Alfred University will prioritize pages to be rendered in Jaws.

Reporting an Accessibility Barrier

If you encounter a physical, electronic, or programmatic barrier on the Alfred University campus or its website, please help us identify the barrier so we can take appropriate action. Accessibility concerns may be reported using the Questions/Comments form.

Questions/Comments Form

If you would like to report a barrier via telephone or in writing regarding faculty and/or staff concerns, please contact:

Kayleigh Jones
Interim Director of Human Resources

All other concerns should be reported to:

Christopher Gause
Director of the Center for Academic Success