Our Partners

Our Partners

We are all committed to making the University’s digital content accessible to everyone. Through conscientious design and collaboration, together we can ensure that our students, faculty, staff and other community members are welcomed at our institution and equipped to succeed.

Read the commitment statements from some of the University's leadership.

Dr. Dennis Assanis

Diversity and inclusion is a deeply rooted value at the University of Delaware. No one should be excluded from pursuing their education, a career, or a chance to be part of our community at the University of Delaware because of their differences. We seek out and embrace diversity because it leads to greater learning and appreciation for the world in which we live.

Dennis Assanis President

Diversity and inclusion is a deeply rooted value at the University of Delaware. No one should be excluded from pursuing their education, a career, or a chance to be part of our community at the University of Delaware because of their differences. We seek out and embrace diversity because it leads to greater learning and appreciation for the world in which we live.

Dennis Assanis President
Alan Brangman

At the University of Delaware, accessibility is a vital component of our institutional strategy, and it is imperative that our growing body of online programs, communities and resources is accessible to all.

Alan Brangman Executive Vice President

At the University of Delaware, accessibility is a vital component of our institutional strategy, and it is imperative that our growing body of online programs, communities and resources is accessible to all.

Alan Brangman Executive Vice President
Robin Morgan

We want to ensure that all students, faculty and staff feel included in our campus environment.  To be truly inclusive, we need to ensure that our website and online offerings are accessible to everyone. In this way, we embrace the diversity of our campus community and break down barriers that could otherwise get in the way of success.

Robin Morgan Provost

We want to ensure that all students, faculty and staff feel included in our campus environment.  To be truly inclusive, we need to ensure that our website and online offerings are accessible to everyone. In this way, we embrace the diversity of our campus community and break down barriers that could otherwise get in the way of success.

Robin Morgan Provost
Carol Henderson

Everyone is unique and our unique abilities are not always apparent to others. That said, accessibility is not about compelling people to identify themselves and their disabilities, but instead creating an inclusive environment where each person can get the information they need without having to ask.

Carol Henderson Vice Provost for Diversity

Everyone is unique and our unique abilities are not always apparent to others. That said, accessibility is not about compelling people to identify themselves and their disabilities, but instead creating an inclusive environment where each person can get the information they need without having to ask.

Carol Henderson Vice Provost for Diversity
Sharon Pitt

Technology is becoming more and more entwined with the learning experiences in academic environments, and when that technology becomes a hindrance – or worse, a blocker – for some students, then they are at a disadvantage from the start. It is our job as a University community to ensure the digital solutions we purchase or build work for everyone.

Sharon Pitt Vice President & Chief Information Officer

Technology is becoming more and more entwined with the learning experiences in academic environments, and when that technology becomes a hindrance – or worse, a blocker – for some students, then they are at a disadvantage from the start. It is our job as a University community to ensure the digital solutions we purchase or build work for everyone.

Sharon Pitt Vice President & Chief Information Officer
Glenn Carter

As an educational community, we must leverage technology to make UD accessible to everyone. All of our communications initiatives – from digital platforms to content and design to brand experience – should interact with intent to bring the University’s values for inclusivity to life.

Glenn Carter Vice President, Communications & Marketing

As an educational community, we must leverage technology to make UD accessible to everyone. All of our communications initiatives – from digital platforms to content and design to brand experience – should interact with intent to bring the University’s values for inclusivity to life.

Glenn Carter Vice President, Communications & Marketing
Darcell Griffith

As employees at the University of Delaware, we all play a role in making UD more accessible, whether you realize it or not. Whether you design buildings or walkways; contribute to websites or social media; create spreadsheets, presentations, documents, and PDFs; or purchase products for your department, accessibility needs to be a forethought.

Darcell Griffith Interim Chief of Human Resources Officer

As employees at the University of Delaware, we all play a role in making UD more accessible, whether you realize it or not. Whether you design buildings or walkways; contribute to websites or social media; create spreadsheets, presentations, documents, and PDFs; or purchase products for your department, accessibility needs to be a forethought.

Darcell Griffith Interim Chief of Human Resources Officer