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Accessibility Statement

UCSF is committed to providing an online environment that is accessible to everyone, including individuals with visual, auditory, motor or cognitive disabilities.

Improving accessibility benefits all of us by helping to improve SEO, future-proof content and promote a model of inclusivity.

If you are experiencing a web accessibility issue with content on a website or posted PDF documents on the UCSF website, please contact us to report an accessibility issue and include the URL.

We will do our best to address your accessibility concern promptly.

Please note that if you are experiencing a technical vs. accessibility issue, please submit an IT ticket. Technical issues include page errors, broken links, a message that the page is temporarily unavailable, or issues with permissions, passwords or the network. We cannot respond to technical issues.

For inquiries for other campus-related information, please use the search function from the UCSF home page.

Please describe the web accessibility issue you are having. Provide as much detail as you can so that we can try to replicate your experience. If you have this information, include your operating system, browser, assistive technology and versions.

Accessibility Governing Policies and UCSF Standards

UCSF seeks to develop accessible websites and web applications to be in compliance with the following state, federal and University of California policies:

California Government Code Section 11135-11139.8 that brings into State law the protection of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act which ensures accessibility to government programs and also requires State government to follow accessibility requirements standards of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, which ensures the accessibility of electronic and information technology.


Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act that prohibits discrimination based on disability in federally funded and federally conducted programs or activities. “Program or activity” includes a university or public system of higher education.


University of California’s Information Technology Accessibility Policy IMT-1300.