Campus Accessibility: Facilities Projects and Discussion
FM Spring Updates Disability-Inclusive Facilities
Facilities Management and the Office of Accessibility and Disability Services are hosting their Spring review of recent, current and potential construction projects that enhance accessibility, improve the physical environment of UMBC, and benefit the entire community while supporting accessibility for people with disabilities.
Learn about the progress being made (have you used the new elevator in Math/Psychology, Sondheim or Administration?), current/planned projects, and share ideas to inform the proposal process for UMBC's participation with the AccessMD Program. Renovations that enhance accessibility beyond the scope of the program will be shared because the projects include accessibility as part of the design process.
Please RSVP below so we can include you with any event-related communications.
|Questions about, and ideas for accessibility-enhancing projects may be submitted prior to the event via this link.
UMBC's contingent of the myPath accessible route research project will also share about their work - the flyer is attached
Captioning will be provided. Contact the host, firstname.lastname@example.org for accommodation requests such as alternate format materials or ASL, ask event-related questions, discuss access needs or any other questions.
We look forward to seeing you online for the presentation followed by Q&A.
Ideas for new projects may be shared at any time (not just via these presentations), and we would like to hear about them. Contact Celso Guitian in FM Campus Planning via email@example.com and Stephanie Lazarus, ADA/Section 504 Coordinator via firstname.lastname@example.org / 410-455-5745. Similarly, UMBC accessibility concerns may be brought to our attention via this linked reporting form.
A photo of a UMBC accessible route way-finding sign with two directional arrows above a white-on-dark brown wheelchair/step-free accessibility icon illustrates the event.