Temple University is committed to providing students, faculty and staff with access to its facilities and the technology and information they need to succeed in and out of the classroom, and that these resources are accessible in accordance with applicable law.
This page contains resources for those who require accessible technology or who have questions about accessibility at the university.
If you encounter something that is not accessible, please send an email to email@example.com or submit a request at TUhelp.temple.edu.
Students who need accommodations for coursework should contact Disability Resources and Services.
For Faculty or Staff
Faculty or staff who need accommodations should contact Deirdre Culbreath-Walton in Human Resources.
Visitors who need accommodations should contact the person, department or organization sponsoring the event.
To help ensure the accessibility of information and technology, the university has launched an accessibility initiative. Learn more at the Accessible Technology website.
Policies, standards and guidelines
The following links provide information on accessibility-related policies, standards and guidelines:
- Policy on the Accessibility of Information and Technology (PDF, Adobe Reader required)
- Websites, web-based systems and content (PDF, Adobe Reader required)
- Computer Lab accessibilty standards
They are also available on the policies section of the Accessible Technology website.
Disability Resources and Services provides assessments, training and short-term equipment loans to students interested in assistive technology.
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching helps faculty and graduate students employ accessible methods while teaching and provides training and assistance to ensure that their use of classroom technology and course materials are accessible to all learners.
The Teaching and Learning Center helps faculty and graduate students employ accessible methods while teaching.
Computer Services offers free technology training to faculty, staff and current students. Training is designed for all user levels and covers a variety of accessibility topics.