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Accessibility Resources & Guides

Disabled Asian American activists Mia Mingus, Sandy Ho, & Alice Wong teach us that Access Is Love.

Moving through inaccessible spaces takes huge amounts of emotional and logistical labor. To make our culture inclusive (at UIC and beyond), we believe that accessibility must become a collective endeavor. We recognize a desire in our community to learn the skills and take on the frameworks that will support more accessible spaces, organizations, classrooms, social media platforms, and events, and we are always happy to consult!

Check out the resources we have compiled below to learn more about how you can contribute to making our communities at UIC and in Chicago more accessible, more just, and more imbued with love and solidarity.

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Broken Elevator? Inaccessible app? Report accessibility issues to UIC with the Accessibility Reporting Form!

This form will alert the ADA Coordinator of these issues in order to address them. The form also creates a centralized record of accessibility issues for future advocacy.

Report an Accessibility Issue