Accessibility at Northeastern

Northeastern University is committed to accessibility for all, including for individuals with disabilities, but going beyond to consider all circumstances that may affect access for any individual.

Report an Issue

To report a disability-related barrier or to provide accessibility feedback, please use one of the following options:

Disability Services and Accommodations

Visit Accessibility and Disability Resources for more information on services and accommodations.

21-Day Accessibility Awareness Learning Path

Northeastern is diligently working to expand resources and knowledge, and on crafting a sustainable, achievable roadmap for accessibility growth. As this work continues, it’s up to each member of the community to consider their impact on accessibility and inclusion.

The learning path is provided to help you understand the impact of accessibility and how you can can improve the accessibility of your workplace, classrooms, and communities everyday.

About Our Global Accessibility Awareness Day Activities

about our Global Accessibility Awareness Day activities


Information Technology Services and the Web Solutions team seeks to solve challenges and exceed expectations. Let’s hear from you!

Accessibility Support

Are you interested in making your digital content more accessible but unsure where to start?

Through a consultation, you will receive guidance on digital accessibility barriers, remediation strategies, and testing tools and techniques.

General Technology Support

For general technology support, visit the ITS Tech Service Portal or contact the IT Service Desk.  

Policy on Digital Accessibility

The Policy on Digital Accessibility applies to Northeastern University academic and administrative units that procure, create, develop and maintain websites, web-based applications, and other electronic and information technology used in the programs and activities of the university.

Individuals and entities, including employees and external vendors, who procure, create or maintain electronic information and technology on behalf of the university shall comply with this policy and the procedures.

The university follows the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 level AA for guidance in meeting its accessibility commitments, including the use of alternative formats.