The University of Western Australia


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Further information

    Web accessibility at U.W.A.

We aim for:

W.3C. Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) double A, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) - level 2

All official webpages at The University of Western Australia must meet world-class accessibility standards.


The University's websites are designed to be appropriately accessible to a wide range of people, including those using assistive technology. University websites are designed to be easier to use, quicker to download, and display better across a wide range of devices and platforms.

If you are experiencing difficulty accessing information, resources or services on any UWA website, please contact Digital and Creative.

Are you creating a digital experience for The University and would like advice or assistance to achieve web accessibility, again, please contact Digital and Creative?

The University is committed to providing websites that conform with the W3C 2.1 AA Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

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Campus accessibility

The main campus is based at Crawley. There is also a regional centre at Albany.

UWA's Physical Access and Wayfinding Project aims to ensure that all areas on campus are accessible to all people.

If you encounter any physical obstacles on any UWA site, please report it using the Physical Access Obstacle Report form.

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Accessibility contacts

  • physical access to University facilities
  • information on adaptive technology
  • any access queries for current or future students.

Staff can contact the Equity and Diversity Office for issues relating to unequal or unfair treatment based on disability or medical condition on (+61 8) 6488 7807.

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