Ensuring Equal Access

AdventHealth University (AHU) is committed to creating experiences that are accessible to everyone. This commitment includes ensuring equal access to the information provided on our websites, especially for individuals who use assistive technologies to access website content.

AHU is committed to ensuring that our websites are in compliance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. To meet this compliance, we have adopted the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 Level AA as the standard for publishing university website content.

We use a variety of tools to assess our website’s accessibility and improve it where applicable. These tools include Siteimprove to actively monitor potential accessibility issues, and NonVisual Desktop Access (NVDA) to assess the compatibility our website with screen reading software.

Please be aware that maintaining our website’s accessibility is a continuous process of improvement.

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Reporting an Accessibility Concern

We welcome your input. If you encounter a barrier to website accessibility, please report your concern to us by contacting our Disability Services Coordinator or by using the form below.

Disability Services Coordinator
Betty Varghese, MS, LMHC
Phone: 407-303-1870
Email: Betty.Varghese@ahu.edu

You may also use this form to provide us with as information as possible to help us identify and assess the accessibility concern. We may contact you for further clarification and to help resolve the concern.

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Please provide the URL where you encountered the issue.
Please describe the accessibility issue you encountered.
e.g. Desktop computer, smart phone, etc
e.g. Windows 10, Mac OS 12, Android 12, iOS 15, etc.)
e.g. Google Chrome 98, Safari 15, Microsoft Edge 98, Internet Explorer 11, etc.