Web Accessibility

Roger Williams University has addressed our online accessibility by developing operating procedures and guidelines that support digital accessibility.

Roger Williams University

Diversity and inclusion are central to Roger Williams University and our mission. We are committed to sustaining and supporting a community where inclusive learning and connecting are central and core to our operations. 

Website Accessibility Standards

The University aims to ensure the information on its websites is available to the broadest possible audience, meeting the standards in the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 level AA.

Accessibility Contact

We are committed to improving our web accessibility whenever possible. If you encounter an accessibility barrier, reach out to Student Accessibility Services or Website Management for assistance. 

Please contact:

If you are a student in need of a reasonable accommodation, please contact SAS@rwu.edu 

Contact the University Marketing and Communications team at webmaster@rwu.edu to report a barrier and receive accessibility assistance. 

Web Accessibility Training 

New and existing online content created by RWU’s community including our faculty, staff and student employees must adhere with the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guideline standards. All website content editors and content creators should be trained in the standards through the University Marketing and Communications web management team.

Accessibility Training and Resources