The University of California is committed to providing an electronic environment that is accessible to everyone, including individuals with disabilities.

Navigating websites can be difficult —sometimes impossible — for people with disabilities. The University of California seeks to promote the sharing of best-practices and tools related to accessibility among the campuses, and build collaborative relationships with other institutions to provide electronic resources for all individuals particularly those with disabilities.

Accessible Website Principles

  • Remember that accessibility and design are complementary.
  • Practice user centric design.
  • Separate style from content when possible.
  • Organize sites for consistency and clarity.
  • Test sites.
  • Write concisely and clearly.
  • Don't rely on alternative, text-only sites.

UC IT Accessibility Mailing List

UC employees may join a Universitywide e-mail discussion list of technical and other UC personnel interested in IT accessibility issues. To join the list (, send an e-mail to Yvonne Tevis.

Video Training

Training for web developers on using Javascript and creating accessible forms. Available to UC personnel only. Video Training information.

We want your feedback!

How can we better serve you? Submit comments, questions and ideas for the new website to our web team.