As a Jesuit Catholic institution, Loyola University Maryland uniquely expresses its identity through a dedication to the “personal care” (cura personalis) of each individual in its community by recognizing the fundamental dignity of all human beings with a regard for one's particular needs. As such, Loyola is committed to promoting accessibility for all members of its community who have disabilities – be they students, employees, or visitors – so they can easily access the University’s campus, programs, and electronic resources.
Why we should strive for an accessible Loyola
- It improves accessibility for all. Access to information is a human right.
- It’s the right thing to do.
- It’s the law.
We would like to thank the University of Minnesota for their willingness to allow us to utilize their page structure and some of their materials to enhance the accessibility experience for the Loyola University Maryland community.
This website is maintained by Loyola’s Information Technology Accessibility Committee to provide information and resources to the University community regarding accessibility and creating accessible materials.