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Accessibility

The School of Public Health values diversity and inclusion; we are committed to fostering mutual respect and full participation for all students. Our goal is to create a learning environment that is equitable, useable, inclusive, and welcoming. If any aspects of instruction or course design result in barriers to your inclusion or learning, OHSU’s Office of Student Access and PSU’s Disability Resource Center can assist you.

  • If you are already registered with disability services at either OHSU or PSU, and you are taking a course at the opposite institution, you must contact the office you are registered with to transfer your accommodations.
  • If you are not already registered with a disability services office, and you have, or think you may have, a disability that may affect your work in this class, and feel you need accommodations, use the following table for guidance about which office to contact to initiate accommodations.
Enrollment University and StandingWhere to Seek Accommodations
Undergraduate School of Public Health majorPSU’s Disability Resource Center
503-725-4150
Smith Memorial Student Union, Room 116
drc@pdx.edu
www.pdx.edu/drc
All PSU-registering Dual Degree (MSW/MPH and MURP/MPH) Graduate School of Public Health Majors and all PSU-registering Graduate School of Public Health majors admitted prior to fall 2016.PSU’s Disability Resource Center
503-725-4150
Smith Memorial Student Union, Room 116
drc@pdx.edu
www.pdx.edu/drc
Graduate School of Public Health major (other than in the groups, above)OHSU’s Office for Student Access
(503) 494-0082
StudentAccess@OHSU.edu
OHSU Auditorium Building 330
Non-SPH major, PSU-enrolled studentPSU’s Disability Resource Center
503-725-4150
Smith Memorial Student Union, Room 116
drc@pdx.edu
www.pdx.edu/drc
Non-SPH major, OHSU-enrolled studentOHSU’s Office for Student Access
(503) 494-0082
StudentAccess@OHSU.edu
OHSU Auditorium Building 330

Website

The SPH is committed to making its website accessible to individuals with disabilities by meeting or exceeding the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Level AA and the Web Accessibility Initiative Accessible Rich Internet Applications Suite (WAI-ARIA) for web content.

For assistance with configuring accessibility features in standard browsers OHSU has a Website Accessibility page that provides general help for changing color contrast and magnification settings as well as additional resources.

Physical Access

Please refer to the appropriate school’s website for physical access information:

Report an Issue

If you wish to report an accessibility issue related to the SPH’s website, please use the Accessibility Feedback form or contact OHSU’s Office for Student Access.