Lighting

Lighting is a critical factor and the existing design and quality may not provide access for some students who have reduced vision. The intensity of the light, glare, and contrast are factors that affect whether the student can see visual course content. Responsibilities are as follows:

Instructor
  • Report any lighting problems to the Classroom Hotline at 515-1555 for University classrooms, the departmental office for other rooms, and to Amy Circosta, Assistant Vice Provost and ADA Coordinator.
Student
  • Report any lighting problems immediately to the instructor, the Building Liaison, and to Amy Circosta, Assistant Vice Provost and ADA Coordinator.
DSO
  • Inform the Classroom Hotline when an eligible student requests accessible lighting.
  • Include information about lighting needs such as, highest output lighting, room darkening shades, reduced lighting, etc.