Universal Design & Physical Accessibility
Includes sidewalks ramps and curb cuts with tactile paving, ADA-compliance, full-length mirrors, automatic doors openers, accessible pedestrian signals and crosswalks, and protruding elevators buttons.
All Gender Restrooms
Single-stall restrooms, many of which include other inclusivity features like ADA access, changing tables, showers, and free period products.
Electronic Information & Technology
Making websites, course and instructional materials, and other digital content equally accessible to and independently usable by individuals with disabilities.
Provide a calm and private space for individuals to exercise expressions of their religious, spiritual, and meditative practices
Signage and Wayfinding
Encompasses the ways in which people orient themselves and navigate to their destinations on campus
To make using alternative transit more feasible for individuals travelling to campus, features include lactation rooms, reflection rooms, break rooms, commuter showers, and bike and longboard parking.