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Accessibility in Aggieland

The Accessibility in Aggieland webinar series promotes proactive accessibility and educate the campus community about the many different instances where accessibility matters.

The series is hosted by the Center on Disability and Development and Disability Resources.

Upcoming Session

Spectrum in Aggieland

October 13, 2023

Latest Session

Accessibility in Student Affairs

Thursday, August 10, 2023

Dr. Kristie Orr

Director, Disability Resources

Justin Romack

Assistant Director, Disability Resources

What we covered

If you plan, produce, or promote programs and resources as part of your work, this workshop hosted by Accessibility in Aggieland is a must-attend session to help guide the accessibility of your events, activities, and materials.

During this session, Dr. Kristie Orr and Justin Romack with Disability Resources share practical tips, strategies, and solutions to make sure disabled participants have equitable access to the programs and resources you develop.

After watching this session, you will be able to:

1. Describe common accessibility barriers in programs, events, and resources.
2. Identify accessibility best practices to consider when planning, promoting, and hosting events.
3. Explain key components of accessible documents for use with your events.

Accessibility in Aggieland art with open door
If you have questions or need any accommodations to make this session as accessible as possible, please feel free to contact Justin Romack at

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The MaroonBase app offers points to TAMU students for attending events (live and virtual) and engaging on campus with lectures, fundraisers, service opportunities, etc. Points put students in monthly drawings and semester long competitions for prizes up to $2,000. Every 200 points enters their name once in the monthly drawing where three people win $500 each. Prizes are funded by a donation from a Former Student.

We will be offering 100 MaroonBase points to TAMU students (undergrad through PhD) who attend your webinar today. Students just need to download our app and “check in” during the event to receive the points.