Princeton maintains the same high standards for accessibility during virtual learning and working as it does on campus.
Princeton is committed to providing a welcoming and inclusive community, which includes ensuring that its information technology supports and encourages participation by a broad range of people. The profound impact of technology in education and research continues to grow, presenting both opportunities and challenges. While technology enables those with sensory, physical, and cognitive differences to engage in ways that were not previously available to them, it can present barriers to access. Princeton is continually working to help ensure that its digital resources are accessible for teaching and learning, research, administrative activities, and engagement.
For immediate assistance with accessibility issues, please go to our Accessibility Assistance Page.
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