Compliance & Policies

Federal law mandates that Chabot College distribute digital media that meet ADA requirements. Digital media include emails, email attachments, flyers, and websites. The person creating digital content is responsible for making it ADA compliant and the person distributing digital media is responsible for checking that it is ADA compliant. Below are guidelines explaining how to meet ADA requirements: Create, Collaborate, or Remediate (CCR).

BP 3725 Information and Communications Technology Accessibility and Acceptable Use

AP 3725 Information and Communications Technology Accessibility and Acceptable Use

Website Accessibility

Chabot College is committed to providing an accessible website for everyone. The website is designed to meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 and Level AA compliance as related to the provisions of section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act.

If you experience difficulty affecting your ability to access Chabot College website, please complete and submit the Report Website Accessibility form.
If you have trouble completing the form, you can email

For additional campus accessibility services and assistance, please visit the Disabled Students Resource Center (DSPS)

Web Accessibility Policy

This policy is intended to help faculty, staff, and students facilitate the design of web materials so that all web pages and sites are accessible to people with disabilities.

Electronic communication and information technology are significant means by which the college provides information to students, faculty, staff and other constituents. Although the Web has the potential to make information more accessible to disabled individuals, it relies on web editors and developers to ensure that accessibility is achieved.

Federal Law (the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Sections 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act) requires Chabot College to provide access to its programs and services to all qualified individuals. These laws prevents Chabot College from designing web sites that deny access to persons who access the web through screen readers, cannot hear audio content, or are unable to use a mouse. Therefore, all parts and functions of official campus websites must be accessible to individuals with disabilities, unless there is a compelling and legally justifiable reason not to do so.

All websites must be accessible. If a web page or site is found to be out of compliance, the website owner(s) and/or author(s) will be notified that changes need to be made. These changes should be made in a timely manner. If not, the appropriate administrator/supervisor will be notified.

This policy was accepted by the Technology Committee as of April 28, 2003.