Web Accessibility Statement
The university's mission is to provide all users, including those
with disabilities, a functional, accessible, interactive Web experience. For
your convenience, we have provided information on the Web
accessibility standards created as part of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation
Act of 1973, as well as various guidelines and resources for
Although a variety of access technologies are available for use with the Internet,
we recommend using Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 Service Pack 1 or higher
to provide you with the highest level of browser accessibility. The Microsoft
Active Accessibility (MSAA) software is included with a "full" install
of IE 5.0 and higher.
If you are blind or visually impaired, these pages were designed to be accessible
with most industry-standard screen readers. However, we recommend JAWS for
Windows version 3.31 or later for the best speech synthesis.
Contact our Office of Disability Services to
find out about services available to WSU faculty, staff and students. You may
also want to call our Computing Help Desk (937) 775-4827
to learn about our adaptive computer lab.
If you wish to evaluate additional assistive technologies you should contact
agencies or evaluation centers in your area to identify locally available resources.
If you are an individual with a disability and are having difficulties with
materials hosted by Wright State University, please contact the WSU