Get Involved

These groups offer informal and formal ways to improve U-M's accessibility landscape:

The Digital Accessibility Community of Practice

The Digital Accessibility Community of Practice holds a forum every month where many issues surrounding web accessibility are discussed. The forum provides an informal environment where individuals throughout the university can present on topics related to accessibility.

The group generally meets the first Tuesday of each month from 1–2:30 p.m. (currently via Zoom). All are welcome to attend!

Join the Digital Accessibility Community of Practice MCommunity group (learn how to join) to get notified of upcoming events.

U-M Council for Disability Concerns

The Council for Disability Concerns (CFDC) meets monthly to address disability issues affecting the University of Michigan and its community. Members represent a broad cross-section of the university and surrounding area.

The Council is organized in committees reflecting the concerns and interests of its members including:

  • Construction Advisory Committee
  • Investing in Ability Week (IAW) Speakers Committee
  • Neubacher Award Committee