Accessibility at ISU
The Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX, Disability Services, Office of Human Resources, eISU, ISU Housing, Facilities Services, and the Eli M. Oboler Library are working together to ensure that students, faculty and staff receive equal and full access to education, teaching, working, and learning resources while maintaining confidentiality and privacy.
Idaho State University provides equal opportunity to its educational and administrative services, programs, and activities in accordance with applicable law. Specifically, as a public university and federal contractor, Idaho State University is required to adhere to Sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act. These federal laws require that persons with disabilities have substantially equivalent opportunities to access education and administrative services, programs, and activities as are available to people without disabilities.
The ISU community works together to embrace the University's values by:
- Making University-related meetings, courses, performances, and other events accessible.
- Ensuring digital content and information technology are accessible and usable.
- Responding to all accommodation and modification requests in a timely manner.
- Digital Accessibility.
- By adopting a University-wide Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility (ISUPP 1020), ISU ensures its digital accessibility and usability of information technology.
Have an ADA or accessibility concern?
Please fill out the Campus Accessibility Concern Form below.