Princeton maintains the same high standards for accessibility during virtual learning and working as it does on campus. Anybody struggling to access digital materials during this time should reach out for accessibility assistance.
The University’s COVID-19 information page contains the latest updates.
- The University’s Emergency Fund helps students with financial needs obtain tools to access teaching remotely.
- The Office of Disability Services arranges accommodations for students who need assistance ensuring they can use their course materials.
- The McGraw Center’s Virtual Learning pages provide practical advice for attending classes, conducting research and studying remotely, and help students schedule appointments with tutors and learning consultants.
Faculty & Staff Resources
- The McGraw Center’s Teaching Continuity pages provide strategies for adapting courses for remote learning and is collaborating with the Office of Disability Services to provide guidance accommodating students during remote classes.
- The Office of Wintersession and Campus Engagement has gathered information regarding Making a Virtual Event Accessible.
- HR’s Coronavirus Resources for Employees page offers advice for health and well-being, and discusses policies and benefits especially relevant to remote work.
- The Office of Information Technology’s Work Continuity site gathers tools, strategies and best practices for teams transitioning to remote work, and introduces an equipment loaner program for computing technology.