- Best Practices for Accessibility & Instruction
- Information about Accessibility of Library Resources
- Instructions for creating accessible documents by type, including Word and PDF
- Video tutorials, including LinkedIn Learning
- All public computers have access to built-in Microsoft Accessibility software including Magnifier, Narrator, On-screen Keyboard, Color Contrast and Filters, and more.
- All public computers are installed with Read&Write Gold (RWG) software.
- For online library content or collections that are not accessible, the MSU Library will work to provide reasonable accommodations in an appropriate time-frame to users with disabilities. For assistance, or if you have suggestions or comments, please email the library, or contact the library in another way.
- For course material or textbooks that are not accessible, submit a request through the Office of Disability Services.
Campus Accessibility Resources
Physical Accessibilty on Campus
For more information about accessibility around campus, including a campus map, see Access for People with Disabilities.
The Office of Disability Services has information and services for students, faculty, parents, and prospective students.
Academic Technology & Outreach
The Office of Academic Technology & Outreach supports instructors making educational content accessible for students with disabilities.
Office of Institutional Equity
The Office of Institutional Equity works to ensure an environment of non-discrimination and equal opportunity in its education programs and employment opportunities, and has an online Discrimination & Harassment Reporting Form.