When it comes to accessibility compliance a lot of the time you’ll get nothing but excuses. A building manager might offer up the excuse that “it’s an old building” or “these kinds of things cost money.” What it really boils down to is how accessibility is taken for granted by those without disabilities, and often the solution to the problem is done in such a way that is not only cheap and rushed, but also dangerous to the public.
Tests are common for students, but some are not nearly as tough as those faced by a person with a disability. Students in wheelchairs are tested every day just to navigate around campus.
Each fall millions of college students flock to campuses throughout the nation. The unique community that is created by a university’s quad, student center, dormitories, classrooms, and stadium can be one significant catalyst for an enjoyable and productive college experience.