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Electronic Information Technology Access Resources provides guidance for faculty so their students with disabilities can continue learning equally and effectively.
All electronic documents—including word processing documents, PDFs, presentations, publications, and spreadsheets—created or distributed by UM employees must be accessible.
Accessible Technology Services supports students and employees in creating and using accessible web, media, documents, course materials, education, assistive technology, and electronic and information technology resources.
The University of Montana values diversity, equity, and inclusion. We are committed to providing equal opportunities in education, employment, programs, activities, and services to everyone, including those with disabilities. The UM community works together to embrace the University's values by:
- Making University-related meetings, courses, performances, and other events accessible.
- Ensuring digital content and information technology are accessible and usable.
- Responding to all accommodation and modification requests in a timely manner.
By adopting University-wide Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility (EITA) policy, UM ensures its digital accessibility and usability of information technology.
The campus Accessibility Map outlines accessible parking, curb cuts, door entrances, and priority snow routes across campus.