How Will the U-M Community Support the SPG?

The digital accessibility program has been established and will continue to grow and work with university partners over the coming years.

Expanding the Program Together

  • Leadership from the schools, colleges, and units will continue to familiarize themselves with the policy, consider how best to implement it, and determine plans with help from the Equity, Civil Rights, and Title IX Office (ECRT); Office of the Provost; and Information and Technology Services (ITS).

  • Faculty, staff, and students will have opportunities to provide feedback, ask questions, access institutional resources, and gain insight into associated ADA regulations and laws.

Building Community

We will continue to develop a community where we can all share our experiences, questions, and efforts in order to grow and build together.

Becoming Accessibility Makers

This will be a journey, but one that will improve the Michigan experience for many Wolverines, build valuable job skills in us all, and bring U-M to a new area of leadership.

Have more questions? See our FAQ.