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LEARNING - Campus Accessibility
Qualified persons may not, on the basis of disability, be denied admission to, enrollment in, or participation in University programs or activities, or be discriminated against in admissions or recruitment.
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Student housing at UW-Green Bay is located several hundred yards from the academic core. It is connected to the core via blacktop paths which are equipped with curb cuts. Each housing option has rooms which are accessible to people using wheelchairs and other disabilities. Other accessible housing devises include: kitchen modifications in apartment-style residence halls, flashing light for door bells, walk in showers, Braille markings, and a remote control device to operate doors.
University Housing offers three options: apartment-style resident hall, traditional apartments and residence halls. The apartment-style residence halls offer students the option of having their own bedroom available in a four-person, four-bedroom apartment-style suite for added privacy. The traditional apartments are two-bedroom apartments designed for four students which are complete with a living room/kitchen area. The residence halls are completely furnished and offer students a private bathroom and shower in every room, vanity area and sink, in a room shared by two students.
To obtain more information on accessible housing options, please contact the Office of Residence Life at:
Visit the Residence Life site.
Individuals with state Department of Transportation (DOT) cards, placards or plates can park in any university parking stall having a sign with the international symbol of accessibility. The special parking is generally located near building entrances.
Individuals will need to obtain a UW-Green Bay parking pass when parking in these designated spaces.
Temporary disability parking passes can be issued by contact the Parking Office:
Web site: Public Safety - Parking
Classrooms, offices and other facilities on campus are nearly 100% accessible. Elevators connect every level of every building. Controls on all elevators are low for easy access. There are power doors at several access points to the academic core and a canopied drop-off point. Some rest rooms on campus have also been modified to make them more accessible.
Any problems with accessibility should be reported to the Campus ADA Coordinator - email@example.com.
Accessible Computer Stations & Equipment on Campus
There are accessible computer stations and adaptive technology on campus. The following are the places were the equipment is located and what equipment is available. If there is a need for additional equipment and/or stations please contact Lynn Niemi (firstname.lastname@example.org), Coordinator of Disability Services Office at 920-465-2849.
One fully accessible computer station in 306B (3rd Floor)
Adjustable tables are located in the General Access Lab (CL 304)
Eclipse read station in the General Access Lab are located on the following computers: GB6135 GB6136 GB6141 GB6000
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Adjustable tables are located in the General Access Lab
Disability Services Office
There are two computers with the following adaptive software. Both computers are on adjustable tables.
ALL COMPUTERS ON CAMPUS HAVE WINDOWS XP, WHICH HAVE SOME BUILT IN SCREEN MAGNIFICATION AND TEXT TO SPEECH ABILITY.
For UW System and UW-Green Bay policies, please visit the Policies page located in the Understanding section of this site.
An accessibility map is in the works, for the time being, please visit the campus map page.
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