Harvard University and HBS are committed to making University Information Technology and University Digital Content accessible. Beginning in June 2023 the University has a new Digital Accessibility Policy, which builds upon previous accessibility efforts focused on public-facing sites and expands coverage to include all digital content, including internal-facing sites.

The policy was established to promote equal access to information technology and digital content and to improve the user experience of IT and digital/online media for all users, including persons with disabilities.

Moving forward, Harvard expects University Information Technology and University Digital Content to conform to applicable Digital Accessibility Standards to the fullest extent possible.

“Accessibility is about more than legal compliance; it is an essential part of cultivating an inclusive campus and advancing educational and professional access to members of the community with disabilities. Together, we can foster an environment at HBS that affirms each person’s identity and dignity.” – Terrill Drake, chief diversity and inclusion officer.

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