Baylor welcomes students, faculty, staff, alumni and visitors from all over the world. That welcome extends online, as we work to improve accessibility across all of our digital platforms.
Accessibility means that Baylor’s websites, tools and technologies are designed and developed so that people with a wide range of abilities can use them. Improved accessibility helps those with impairments by providing appropriate access to information and systems that allows them to participate in and contribute to online discussions.
Baylor University is committed to creating an accessible website following the WCAG 2.1 AA standard.Draft Accessibility Statement