Accessibility at OHSU

OHSU is committed to providing equal access to individuals with disabilities. An equal opportunity means an opportunity to attain the same level of performance or to enjoy equal benefits and privileges as are available to similarly-situated individuals without disabilities.

Student Accessibility

Student Access supports the University’s mission and value of diversity within OHSU by facilitating and supporting equal access to its programs and services for students who experience a disability.

Learn more about Student Access.

Employee, Applicant, Patient, Visitor and Guest Accessibility

The Department of Affirmative Action & Equal Opportunity (AAEO) works with staff, faculty, patients, applicants, and attendees of OHSU-sponsored events who request reasonable accommodations for a disability or religion.

Learn more about AAEO.

OHSU Physical Access Committee

The OHSU Physical Access Committee (PAC) is charged with identifying barriers to access by people with disabilities at OHSU and to present findings and recommendations to OHSU's administration concerning access needs and priorities for meeting those needs.

Learn more about the OHSU Physical Access Committee.

Attending an OHSU sponsored event? Event attendees with qualified disabilities can request reasonable accommodation.


Diversity at OHSU means creating a community of inclusion. We honor, respect, embrace and value the unique contributions of all employees, patients, students, volunteers and our local and global communities. 

Learn more about the Center for Diversity & Inclusion.

Website Design

OHSU's website follows the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) to make content accessible to all visitors.

Learn about the W3C accessibility guidelines.

Read about web browser accessibility.