Access for Visitors and Event Accessibility Resources Emergency Evacuation Support Services ICT Accessibility

Access for Visitors and Event Accessibility

George Mason University strives to be open and accessible to anyone attending an event or visiting on campus.

Resources

Information and resources provide the Mason’s policies and public policies regarding disability and accessibility.

Emergency Evacuation

The following provides a general guideline of evacuation procedures for persons with disabilities during a fire and any other building emergency.

Support Services

The following offices support the university’s mission of building an inclusive and accessible campus community.

ICT Accessibility

To ensure equivalent access to university’s information and communications technology (ICT) resources, Mason offers the following services/resources:

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Campus-Wide (Physical) Accessibility

Accessibility @ Mason provides information regarding the physical access of all campuses and online accessibility of programs and services. Information for disability related services and resources available to all employees, students, and visitors the entire university include physical access to buildings, parking policies, and emergency evacuation procedures. See Campus Access.

Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Accessibility

Mason is committed to ensuring all information and communications technology (ICT) conform to the accessibility standards specified in Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and WCAG, appropriately tailored to the specific circumstances of the University. To learn more about the services and resources in place to support the procurement, development, maintenance, and/or implementation of accessible ICT solutions, visit the ICT Accessibility.

Services for Students and Employees with Disabilities

All information and services are designed to create a successful academic and working environment for all students and employees with disabilities. To learn more about the support offices and resources available to individuals with disabilities in the Mason community, visit Support Services.