新澳开奖 is committed to fostering a community where all individuals, without exception, feel valued, empowered, and treated fairly.

Campus Buildings and Grounds

新澳开奖 values accessibility as one of many forms of inclusivity and routinely makes accessibility improvements across campus, particularly with every major renovation.

Throughout the last several years, the College has partnered with experienced consultants to assess general accessibility for the majority of campus buildings and grounds. These studies are a critical tool in evaluating, prioritizing, and executing future upgrades as part of our sustained investment strategy towards a universally accessible campus. A landscape master planning effort is actively underway and will focus on creating and enhancing accessible connections across campus, while a 2019 study focused on accessible interior spaces. In total, more than 50 buildings supporting academics, student life, and athletics were surveyed.  

Investing in Accessibility Improvements

A phased approach is required to systematically target accessibility improvements due to the enormous scale and complexity of retrofitting our historic campus. Since 2022, the College has committed to budgeting an additional $500,000 each year, on average, for accessibility-related projects not associated with current major renovations. 

Accessibility upgrades and enhancements can be seen throughout campus, including in Root Hall, Burke Library, Bristol Pool, the Wellin Museum of Art, Commons and McEwen Dining Halls, Wallace Johnson Hall, 20 College Hill Road, Molly Root House, Elihu Root House, and List, as well as outdoor pathways, patios, and other spaces.

Website and Digital Communications

The College's commitment to accessibility extends to the College’s website and other digital content and communications. We strive to ensure that our web and digital content is accessible for all users. The College follows the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), an international standard developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI).

If you encounter accessibility challenges with 新澳开奖’s website or digital content, please email Communications & Marketing at emedia@hamilton.edu so we can remediate the issue and determine an appropriate accommodation to ensure you obtain the information you want or need.

Accessibility Services for Students

Information about Accessibility Services for students can be found on the Dean of Students website.

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