Institutional Accessibility and ADA Compliance

Our commitment

The University of Southern California (USC) is committed to ensuring an inclusive and equitable environment for all, where programs and services are accessible to everyone, regardless of ability. The university recognizes that successfully ensuring equal access to educational programs, employment opportunities, public events, and the broad offerings of a world-class research university is a responsibility that requires a willingness to listen and learn from one another.


Guidance and resources to help promote an equitable experience in all aspects of student life.

Faculty and staff

Request accommodations, learn about planning accessible events, and access other helpful campus resources.


Find information on touring campus, accessible maps, locating accommodations, and what we’re doing to make our physical, digital and event spaces accessible at USC.

How can we help?

Access trainings and resources designed to help you create accessible programs, services, and activities.

Digital accessibility

Learn best practices for developing accessible websites, videos, and other digital materials.

Got digital accessibility questions?  We’re here to help!

Join us for open office hours in a Zoom Meeting ID 971 2652 2752

Next Office Hours:

Wednesday May 25 11 am to 1pm

Event accessibility

Creating accessible events is a shared responsibility. Learn more about how to plan your event with accessibility in mind.

Campus accessibility

Whether you are a prospective student, alumni, or visitor to our campus, USC is committed to the equitable and full inclusion of diverse learners into every aspect of campus life.


Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)
May 19, 2022

Let’s get everyone talking, thinking and learning about digital access and inclusion. Make sure your digital products and services can be used by as many people as possible, including those with disabilities.