At Student Accessibility Services, we view disabilities as an integral part of our university’s rich diversity. That is why we continuously collaborate with students, faculty and staff to create an educational environment that is inclusive for everyone.
As more classes and campus experiences incorporate online and high-tech components, SAS recognizes the need for expanded accessibility. Our team is prepared to discuss any course or campus barriers that may prevent access to education or deny students an equitable college experience.
We encourage a proactive approach to campus inclusivity and the way environments are created. Accessibility is not an SAS matter — it is a UCF matter. Better design, even if it is as simple as a more open attitude, can create better access and more inclusion for everyone.