Accessibility Statement


Access Keys

Most browsers support site-defined keyboard access for specified links. On many Windows browsers, you can press ALT + an access key; on many Mac browsers, you can press CTRL + an access key. In some browsers you may also need to press enter after having pressed the access key sequence to execute the sequence.
 
These are the access keys:
 
Access Key Action
h Home
v Disability Services Staff
p Student / Parent Information
f Faculty Information
t Testing Accommodation Form
l Leading Edge Program
​o ​Disability Awareness Program
m Mobility Alert
e Emergency Procedures
r TTY / TDD & Relay Services
k Accessibility Statement
​g ​Campus Accessibility Map
c Contact Us
b UWSP Disability Services Brochure
u University Resources
d Disability Resources
i Legal Information

Standards Compliance

This site complies with the W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
 
All pages are written in XHTML Transitional and use CSS for visual layout. If your browsing device doesn't understand style sheets, the content will still be accessible.
 
Each page uses well-structured semantic markup. For instance, header tags like <h1>, <h2>, <h3>, etc. are used to logically structure the content. Users of the JAWS screen reader can skip between header tags using ALT+INSERT+1, ALT+INSERT+2, etc.