The University of Nevada, Reno has a longstanding commitment to addressing accessibility issues. In order to address the growing complexity of technology-related accessibility issues in today's digital world, an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Accessibility Committee was convened in the fall of 2014 to develop an Information and Technology Accessibility Plan. For a summary of the first few years of committee activities and achievements, visit our 2014-2016 Electronic and Information Technology (EIT) Summary Report page.
On March 29, 2018 the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Accessibility Committee formally adpoted a multi-year Corrective Action Plan.
This Corrective Action Plan documents and defines a high-level, multi-year plan for developing, rolling out and scaling up the digital accessibility program at University of Nevada, Reno ("University").
This Corrective Action Plan, and the resulting digital accessibility program, will help the University comply with applicable accessibility regulations that cover a variety of technology systems offered or managed by the University.
This Corrective Action Plan was developed after performing discovery activities that allowed the University to gain an understanding of (i) the systems that fall under the scope of the accessibility requirements; (ii) the current level of compliance of those systems with key accessibility standards; and (iii) the relative value of addressing individual systems, components and web pages for compliance based on traffic and system use.
The audience for this Corrective Action Plan includes the Department of Education Office for Civil Rights and all members of the University of Nevada, Reno community.