Making accessibility a priority
As part of its mission to serve the educational needs of students of diverse backgrounds, Wenatchee Valley College is making accessibility a priority. Read the full accessibility announcement made by WVC President Dr. Jim Richardson on April 5, 2018: WVC Accessibility Announcement (PDF).
Electronic and information technology resources that are created accessibly, following universal design standards, are usable by everyone on our campus, including those with disabilities.
Launch Week Info Sessions (Sept. 19 & 20)
Accessibility Training: Meet your accessibility team!
Come meet the accessible IT team and the new director of student access services. Learn more about the resources and support available to you and bring questions about accessibility and student accommodation. Questions? Contact Jeannie Henkle (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Holly Thorpe (email@example.com).
- Thursday, Sept. 19, 1-2 p.m., WTI 2310/Omak 901
- Friday, Sept. 20, 10-11 a.m., WTI 2310/Omak 901
Accessibility Micro-Courses now available!
The State Board of Community and Technical Colleges offers a variety of free, self-paced, accessibility-related micro-courses. Each course is approximately 3 hours in length and focuses on particular skills and/or content creation programs. Current micro-courses include:
- Understanding Accessibility
- Accessible Design Concepts
- Universal Design
- Accessible Word Documents
- Accessible PPT
- Email Accessibility
- Accessible PDFs
- Canvas Accessibility
Register for free micro-courses
Connect with our resident accessibility experts. They can help answer questions and offer one-on-one training.
Visit the News & Updates tab for the latest in accessibility tips and news.
Resources & training
Free resources and training on the topic of accessibility. Covers accessible documents, presentations, e-mail and more.