Event Accessibility

Accessible events for all

USC values the equitable and full inclusion of individuals with disabilities into all aspects of campus life. As such, all units have a shared responsibility to make their events accessible to all. In most cases, creating accessible events is free or low-cost and requires only modest planning.

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Event planner responsibility

Responsibilities and requirements for planning events at USC.

Your event accessibility guide

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Parking and transportation

Information regarding accessible parking, shuttles, shuttle stops, and more.

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Effective communication

Information regarding sign language interpreters, real time captioning, and assistive learning devices.

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Service and support animals

USC policy regarding animals on campus, service animals & support animals.

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Accommodation requests

Who to contact to request accommodations for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

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Event planning checklist

Guidance on selecting a venue, space arrangement, and other things to consider when planning your event.

Request a consultation

The Office of Institutional Accessibility collaborates with campus partners to provide education and outreach throughout campus. We would be happy to work with you to design a training to meet your needs or provide a consultation.