Campus Accessibility

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Physical Access

The University of Central Florida strives to ensure campus facilities, including buildings and parking areas, are accessible and free of barriers. For more information on the ways UCF has created physical access on campus, review our Physical Access page.

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Digital Access

Digital Access includes accessible web pages, software, online course materials, and videos. The UCF community has a responsibility to choose and provide online digital information that is accessible to everyone. For more information on UCF’s Digital Accessibility Policy and tools and resources to assist faculty and staff in creating accessible content, review our Digital Accessibility page.

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Dietary Restrictions

For students, staff, and visitors with food allergies, please review the Campus Dietary Restrictions page for more information on campus resources and options.

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Creating Accessible Events

UCF is committed to planning events and meetings that are accessible to individuals with disabilities. Before you send out that event invitation, consider what you can do in the planning stages to make your event or meeting accessible. For more information and resources on planning accessible events, download the Accessible Event Checklist.

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Graduates in need of accommodations for the UCF Commencement ceremonies, review the Graduation Accommodation page.