Office for Campus Accessibility

Tulane University is committed to providing equal opportunity and access to all members of our community: prospective and current staff and faculty, students, and visitors.

Tulane University has an inclusive approach to all aspects of accessibility on campus and strives to engage the community in creating and maintaining fully inclusive programs, services, and activities.

Did you know?


Around 16% of the world’s population lives with some form of disability.

An estimated 1.3 billion people worldwide experience a significant disability. Persons with disabilities are diverse, and factors such as sex, age, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, race, ethnicity, and economic situation affect their life experiences. (WHO)


Cognitive impairment is the number one disability in the US.

In 2021, 12.8% of disabled people stated that they have a cognitive disability defined as serious difficulty concentrating, remembering, or making decisions because of a physical, mental, or emotional condition. (CDC)


In the US, 19% of undergraduate and 12% of graduate students have disabilities.

Students with disabilities are those who reported that they lived with one or more of the following impairments: visual; hearing; mobility; speech or language; learning or psychiatric condition; or other chronic health impairment. (NCES)

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Accessibility Concerns

If you encounter accessibility concerns such as objects blocking access areas, broken automated doors, inaccessible events, or attitudes or lack of understanding that impose barriers, please let us know.