Accessibility for People with Disabilities at Georgia Tech
Georgia Tech is distinguished by its commitment to diversity and inclusion as well as its commitment to excellence in its buildings and grounds. Now, Georgia Tech is positioned to become a national leader in design for inclusion.
Georgia Tech faculty, staff, and students are invited to hear findings from the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) campus assessment and provide input for achieving true accessibility across campus for all community members.
Project consultants, The Institute for Human Centered Design, will present their findings of a two-year assessment designed to evaluate existing conditions in the accessibility of programs, buildings, outdoor areas, parking, signage and wayfinding on Georgia Tech’s campus.
This presentation will be given on Monday, April 4 at the following times and locations:
- 3 – 4 p.m. at the Peachtree Room, Student Center
- 6 – 7 p.m. at the Georgia Tech Advanced Planning Studio (GTAPS) in Technology Square
This presentation will be video recorded and posted online. Please check the Capital Planning & Space Management website www.space.gatech.edu for more information.
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- Created By:Rachael Pocklington
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