Siteimprove is a cloud-based software that crawls websites and reports back on accessibility issues based on the Web Content and Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, levels A, AA, and AAA and quality assurance issues such as broken links and potential misspellings.

Request Access

The University has procured an enterprise license for all University websites. All employees have access to Siteimprove through single sign-on, but you must request access to your specific site by emailing


Log-in to your Siteimprove account via single sign-on using your Pitt credentials.

Training and Support

Getting Started

All new users should watch the On-Demand Platform Overview which outlines and demonstrates the basic features of Siteimprove (log in to Siteimprove required).  

Interactive Tutorials

Interactive Tutorials are in-tool, step-by-step guides, through the Siteimprove Platform features.

A valid Siteimprove login is required to view the tutorials.

Siteimprove Academy

The Siteimprove Academy offers courses on accessibility that can help build your accessibility skills and knowledge so you can address the issues that Siteimprove surfaces on your site.

Courses are self-paced and can be completed whenever works best for you. Each course takes about an hour.

You can access the Siteimprove Academy from your dashboard.

Screenshot of Siteimprove dashboard with Academy access

Siteimprove Help Center

The Siteimprove Help Center provides a lot of valuable information including FAQs, updates on new features, as well as access to the Siteimprove community.

University of Pittsburgh Help

While you are able to reach out to Siteimprove support directly, please contact for all Siteimprove support requests in order to streamline the process for the University.