Disability & Accessibility Services
Following Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, and the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) of 2008, Hebrew University does not discriminate based on disability, including intellectual disability, in admission, treatment, or access to its programs or activities, nor does it discriminate in employment in its programs or activities.
It is the responsibility of all HU staff, faculty, and students to adhere to the practice of equal access to opportunities affiliated with the institution.
The organization prohibits unlawful discrimination based on disability and takes action to prevent such discrimination by providing reasonable accommodations to eligible individuals with disabilities.
The guidelines HU uses for documenting a disability and determining necessary and appropriate accommodations may vary between the Online Accessibility Center and the Campus Accessibility Center. Accommodations may differ depending on the type of coursework and the platform upon which it is offered.
We work diligently to detect and correct accessibility issues before they become barriers. However, if you encounter an accessibility barrier, please contact the appropriate resource identified below for assistance.
If you are an online student and need accommodation support such as a textbook converted to an accessible format, please contact:
Online Accessibility Center
Users experiencing technical difficulties should contact the Technology Help Desk for resolution.
Following HU’s Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility plan, HU has a responsibility to create, obtain, and maintain all electronic and information technology (EIT) in a manner that ensures it is accessible to individuals.