SUNY Ulster strives to provide an environment in which every individual has an opportunity to learn and participate. To this end, the College is committed to making our website, portal, and online learning environment accessible to all users.
To ensure that people with disabilities have full equal access to all College programs and activities, the College is adopting Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Level A & AA and Section 508 standards of the Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as well as New York State Information Technology Policy NYS-PO8-005.
If you have a question, concern, or complaint about accessing information on our website, portal, or online classes please contact:
Marketing & Media Services
To help us respond to you in a timely manner please provide us with the following information:
A brief description of your concern or problem
The web page (url) where your problem resides
Your best contact information
If you wish to file a formal grievance regarding accessibility please contact:Dr. Ann Marrott