1. October 4, 2023

    President’s house gets accessibility, infrastructure upgrades

    The President’s Residence will reopen this month after undergoing renovations that blended historic preservation with contemporary updates while improving the home’s accessibility.

  2. August 29, 2023

    U-M rolls out initiatives to aid physical, digital accessibility

    U-M is pursuing new initiatives designed to further enhance accessibility across the Ann Arbor campus. It also recently hired a new director of disability equity and American with Disabilities Act coordinator.

  3. June 20, 2022

    Policy outlines inclusive, accessible technologies across U-M

    The university has adopted a new Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Standard Practice Guide to ensure technologies on all three campuses and Michigan Medicine are inclusive and accessible to the entire U-M community.

  4. February 3, 2022

    New assistive technology tool makes computers easier to use

    Morphic, a tool that makes computers easier to use for individuals who have difficulty using a standard digital setup, is now available at U-M. Morphic provides quick access to some of a computer’s accessibility features.

  5. November 4, 2019

    Post-construction changes coming near Union, LSA

    As construction crews begin to remove fencing this fall from the Michigan Union and LSA renovation projects, pedestrians will see site enhancements that improve accessibility and connectivity.

  6. June 29, 2016

    HathiTrust to help make books accessible to blind, print-disabled users

    The HathiTrust Digital Library, hosted at U-M, is collaborating on a project to make more than 14 million digital books available to blind and print-disabled users.