Digital Accessibility

Digital Accessibility

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is committed to continuously improving the accessibility of our Electronic and Information Resources (EIR), to provide universal design in all our learning and research environments, inclusivity for all when using our websites and other communication channels, access to all our electronic and digital services, and compliance with all federal and state laws.

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We use a variety of electronic and information resources (EIR) on and off campus to provide information and services, including applications (e.g. desktop, mobile, and web-based apps), electronic content (e.g. documents, presentations, videos), and computer hardware (e.g. laptops, mobile phones).
Learn about EIR

Digital accessibility is an ongoing process. An EIRAC (Electronic and Information Resources Accessibility Coordinator) came on board fulltime in 2018 when plans started to take shape. View the timeline of our progress and plans for the future.
View our plan and progress

The Electronic and Information Resources Accessibility (EIRA) Program Plan provides 5 pillars: procure, remediate, educate, collaborate, and progress. It notes digital accessibility compliance is an ongoing process.
Read about the 5 pillars

People with disabilities use different types of assistive technology (AT) and other accommodations to use EIR.
Read about the statistics, AT, and accommodations

You can improve digital accessibility using these digital accessibility guidelines organized by category or by accessibility standards.
Review the digital accessibility guidelines

When we procure or use any EIR (even when it is free or used by one person), it needs to be reviewed for accessibility compliance.
Learn about steps in the review process

When EIR is not in compliance with the Texas Administrative Code 213, file an accessibility exception request form.
Request an Accessibility Exception

The Electronic and Information Resources Accessibility Coordinator is a member of the Office of Information Security. The EIRAC covers IT compliance regarding its accessibility.
Visit the OIS website

Get Involved

If you would like to file a complaint regarding inaccessible EIRs (ADA non-compliance), please use the Campus Complaint Resolution Forum by completing the Complaint Resolution Form. Your concerns will be forwarded to the appropriate campus administrator to address. You can contact A&M-Corpus Christi’s EIR Accessibility Coordinator at or 361.825.3154 regarding digital accessibility compliance, including purchasing, creating, and maintaining accessible digital content and devices, or EIR.