Planning An Accessible Event at Longwood University
According to Longwood University's Policy 5201 Non-Discrimination and Reasonable Accommodations on the Basis of Disability, visitors and participants in non-academic programs: Non-academic programs, including events provided by the University such as concerts, performances, student-sponsored events, campus tours, summer camps, and public programs will be made accessible in accordance with federal and state law. Departments, offices, or groups sponsoring the event are responsible for reviewing requests for reasonable accommodations for visitors and participants and providing accommodations for non-academic programs. The Office of Disability Resources is available as a resource in this process.
- Please read the guide(pdf) for planning accessible events.
- The office hosting the event must fill out the Accessibility Checklist(pdf) for University Events.
- Feel free to contact us if you have any questions!
Problems With Campus Accessibility?
- We strive to maintain an accessible campus!
- If you notice a barrier on campus, please use the Problems With Campus Accessibility(pdf) form to send us a message!
- Feel free to call us to check on the status of your suggestion!