Accessible Technology

Michigan Technological University is dedicated to providing equal opportunities for everyone who accesses our services, programs, and activities. This includes providing all students, employees, and members of the public equal access to University information and communication technologies (ICT), such as University systems, websites, electronic documents, and educational and training materials.

Collectively, the Michigan Tech community strives to make University ICT accessible to and usable for everyone. Individuals with visual, hearing, mobility, cognitive, and other disabilities are often denied access to digital content by unintended barriers. By following accessible technology guidelines and procedures, the technologies we choose, use, and create can be made accessible for all. The following resources are provided to help our campus community create accessible content.

Get Help

Request help with making your ICT accessible through our online help request form or by contacting:

Jeff Toorongian

Jeff Toorongian

  • Accessible Technology Coordinator
Van Pelt and Opie Library 219
Amy Blake

Amy Blake

  • Communication and Accessibility Manager