The Committee for an Accessible College Culture facilitated the Disability History Exhibit, a 23-panel collage that traced 3000 years of seldom-told history.

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Creating the Facilities Standards Regarding Accessibility is one way the Accessible Built Environment Committee improves the college's physical environment.

Exterior image of Southeast Campus Library

Creating the accessible technology policy is one of the ways the Accessible Digital Environment Committee improves access to information.

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Who is responsible for accessibility at PCC?

We all are!  Because accessibility is the work of the whole college, we formed the PCC Accessibility Council, which brings together students, faculty, staff and deans in the name of making PCC accessible. The steering committee meets every term to identify necessary improvements. The committee oversees three work groups that address barriers in our environments.

Resources

Committees

Upcoming events

disability.services@pcc.edu

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If you have any questions or comments about accessibility at PCC, please let us know by completing the form below.

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    • website accessibility
    • course accessibility
    • campus culture and discrimination concerns
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    • concerns about physical barriers