CSUSM, like all CSUs, are required to provide quality materials for students or online
viewers with specific needs. Ideally, all content posted after Fall 2012 should be compliant and there is a much needed push to fulfill this requirement within the campus. Failure
to create accessible materials on other campuses has resulted in lawsuits which can
be seen on the Higher Education Lawsuits page.
For more information, please select the links in the left-hand, side bar:
Higher Education Lawsuits: Accessible technology issues in higher education are increasingly the basis for investigations
by the U.S. Office for Civil Rights (OCR), lawsuits, and other negotiated settlements.
This page provides links to information about important, recent cases that are directly
relevant to higher education institutions and the students, employees and public whom
Chancellor's Office ATI: The Official CSU mission and strategy to make information technology resources and
services accessible to all CSU students, faculty, staff and the general public regardless
CSUSM's Web Accessibility Policy and Procedure: It is the policy of California State University San Marcos to make its programs, services,
and activities accessible to individuals with disabilities including students, faculty,
staff, and the general public who use the campus service