Teach Access works to build a foundation of accessibility and disability knowledge in the higher education community with the intention of creating accessibility-infused college curricula for students.

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Student Academy

A free program composed of virtual monthly webinars for students to explore a variety of topics on disability and accessibility.

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Student Ambassadors Program

A free program that engages students from across disciplines and institutions to learn about disability and accessibility, build a community of inquiry, and develop projects to advocate for accessibility in their institutions.

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Teach Access by Design

A facilitated online course that introduces educators and administrators to basic concepts related to disability, accessibility, and Universal Design for Learning (UDL).

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Teach Access Fellowship Program

A collaboration between Teach Access and partner higher education institutions to further advocacy, support, and work for teaching accessibility.

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Teach Access Grants

Funding for instructors to create and deliver accessibility-infused curricula into their courses and conduct research or publish works around them. Grants are awarded annually in May.

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Teach Access Study Away

An interdisciplinary study away program that brings together students, faculty, and industry partners to explore the field of accessibility. 

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