City University of Seattle is dedicated to making educational opportunities accessible, challenging, and relevant to a global student population. It is with this in mind and our core value of Access that we strive to make this site a successful, productive, and enjoyable experience by everyone.
Our dedication to providing a fully accessible online experience for our University community is consistent with our goal of promoting diversity and inclusion, that's accessible. We demonstrate our dedication to our values and goals by the continuous updating of online resources and collecting feedback from our users to improve and increase accessibility. The University's online resources are reviewed and assessed to meet standard Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.
In standing behind our commitment to making opportunities accessible, we are proud of the current accessibility to our students, faculty, and community. We understand that standards of accessibility are continuously advancing, and our University, along with the National University System, continues to acknowledge this progression and strives to meet the highest standards to ensure an optimal experience that furthers the University mission.
Diverse feedback is critical for designers and administrators of this space. Please contact us if you have any feedback or suggestions as to how we could improve the accessibility of this website. For additional resources, the US Social Security Administration offers assistance for optimizing navigation for your online experience.
If you are a current or prospective student with disabilities and would like more information regarding academic accommodations at City University of Seattle, please visit Student Services or contact us at: