Accessibility at Purdue University Northwest

PNW is committed to providing equal access to educational programs, services, activities and events. Explore all our accessibility tools.

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Disability Access Center

The Disability Access Center, known as the DAC, empowers college-ready students with documented disabilities to participate fully in PNW by providing equal access and opportunity.

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Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion

The Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion provides reasonable accommodations to qualified employees with disabilities, facilitates accommodations for university-sponsored events and responds to campus accessibility concerns.

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Additional Accessibility Resources

Requesting Accommodations
The Disability Access Center empowers college-ready students with documented disabilities to participate fully in PNW by providing equal access and opportunity.

Campus Accessibility Concerns
If you should see anything which prevents you from accessing or  participating  in any University program, activity, service or event, please let us know by reporting your Campus Accessibility Concern or contacting your campus ADA Coordinator.

Accommodations for University Sponsored Events
To request a disability-related accommodation for events, please contact the Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at edi@pnw.edu or 219-989-2163 (Hammond) or 219-785-5545 (Westville).

Meet the DAC
We are a staff committed to helping students and faculty stay within federal guidelines of receiving accommodations so that everyone has access to quality education.

Digital Accessibility Guidelines
Explore digital accessibility guidelines, FAQs and step-by-step guidelines to making documents accessible for university use.

Faculty and Staff Training
The Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion is ready to assist you with training needs.

Accessibility Overview
PNW is committed to providing equal access to employment opportunities, educational programs, services, activities, and events.

Accommodating PNW Students
Accommodations for students with disabilities are not only required by the law, they help our students succeed in their education by providing equal opportunity.