Accessible Digital Content for All Users

In accordance with Washington State Office of the Chief Information Officer Policy 188, Executive Policy 7, and BPPM 85.55, WSU is committed to providing equal access to electronic and information technology for all students, staff, faculty, and others with disabilities. This includes the accessibility of instructional materials, documents, media, and other information provided through WSU’s telecommunication products, websites, online learning services, software systems, and information kiosks.

Report A Digital Accessibility Issue

If you are having trouble accessing content on a WSU website, please do not hesitate to Report a Digital Accessibility Issue or contact the Information Technology Accessibility Coordinator for your campus (listed below). We will work to address the issue as quickly as possible.

Additionally, if you have experienced discrimination or harassment and would like to file a report or a formal complaint with WSU Compliance and Civil Rights (CCR), you may do so using the CCR Sharing Concerns page.