Inclusive features are physical and virtual elements that enhance usability and well-being. Some examples of inclusive features are: lactation rooms, reflection spaces, gender-inclusive restrooms, break rooms, wheelchair access, curb cuts, commuter showers, wayfinding, and accessible electronic information and communication.

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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.

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All Gender Restrooms


Single-stall restrooms, many of which include other inclusivity features like ADA access, changing tables, showers, and free period products.

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Electronic Information & Technology

Making websites, course and instructional materials, and other digital content equally accessible to and independently usable by individuals with disabilities.

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Lactation Rooms



Provide a calm and private space for parents to breastfeed while on campus.

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Reflection Spaces

Provide a calm and private space for individuals to exercise expressions of their religious, spiritual, and meditative practices

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Signage and Wayfinding

Encompasses the ways in which people orient themselves and navigate to their destinations on campus

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Transportation

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.