We believe a diverse and inclusive learning community strengthens our entire university and enriches learning, scholarship, and the communities we serve. As such, the University of Pittsburgh is committed to ensuring equal access to all to all members of our community.
There are approximately 34,000 students, 5,000 faculty, and 7,000 staff at the University of Pittsburgh. Our mission is to create a digital environment that they can all freely, independently, and easily access.
The digital accessibility coordinator, along with a team of professionals from across the University, is responsible for coordinating and reviewing the compliance program related to the EIT Accessibility Policy as well as providing training and support to meet the goals of that policy.
Disability Resources and Services
Disability Resources and Services (DRS) is the designated department by the University to determine reasonable accommodations and services. At the University of Pittsburgh, we are committed to providing equal opportunities in higher education to academically qualified students with disabilities.
Digital Accessibility Core Knowledge
Learn about the big ideas in digital accessibility and explore common mistakes that create barriers to access for people with disabilities and high-level strategies for inclusion.
The University provides a number of technical resources and services to support our accessibility efforts. Learn more about what's available to help you achieve your accessibility goals.
Report a Barrier
The University is committed to providing an environment free from barriers. Use the Report a Barrier form to notify the University of any accessibility barriers you encounter so we can assess the issue and promptly respond to the problem.