EIT Accessibility Policy Kickoff - March 15th

In September 2017, Chancellor Jones formed the Technology Accessibility Review Committee (TARC) to create an accessibility policy that will foster awareness about electronic information technology accessibility and will guide us in providing accessible technology for not only our students, but faculty, staff and the general public as well.

Attendees at the policy kickoff event on March 15th (8:30 a.m. – noon at the Illini Union) will have the opportunity to hear about this effort from Chancellor Jones and learn more about the policy and the ways that we all can join in this exciting effort.

Technology Accessibility Review Committee

The Technology Accessibility Review Committee (TARC) is a standing committee appointed by the Office of the Chancellor. The TARC is charged with the implementation and governance of the IT Accessibility Policy.

EIT Accessibility Policy

The Electronic Information Technology (EIT) Accessibility Policy promotes high-level coordination of accessibility efforts on the Urbana-Champain campus of the University of Illinois. It defines a standard of accessibility compliance and, through a flexible implementation plan, establishes procedures to help ensure that information technology used for the mission of the University is accessible to all persons, regardless of ability or delivery format.