Web accessibility ensures that people with disabilities can navigate, understand, perceive and interact with the Web. The disabilities that are addressed by web accessibility include physical, visual, auditory, speech, cognitive and neurological disabilities. Web accessibility can also benefit people without documented disabilities such as older people who might have vision challenges1.
SF State is committed to the accessibility of campus websites and web applications. Staff at the Disability Programs and Resource Center (DPRC) work together with the campus to address the usability and accessibility of the websites contained within the SF State web environment.