Carleton University strives continuously to improve accessibility to all spaces (including virtual spaces, classrooms, and places of research). Accessibility is an issue of social justice and we are working hard to improve the accessibility of the University, with input from our community.
Carleton’s commitment to accessibility is guided by the principles of dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity. This applies to students, faculty and staff, contractors, and visitors or guests.
You can read our posts about accessibility, visit our general resource page, or visit our Additional Accessibility Resources and Readings in order to go on a deeper dive. .
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