Accessibility Certified Staff

Kudos to Princeton staff who have earned professional certification in accessibility through the International Association of Accessibility Professionals, and to those who have passed Princeton's own IT accessibility testing exam.

The University's accessibility certification training programs develop staff awareness and competence in disability and accessibility so that IT and campus resources become increasingly accessible and welcoming to people with disabilities.

Staff who earn certification become part of Princeton's community of disability allies, and have regular opportunities to further their professional development and gather for events.



Byron Veale
Office of Information Technology
Web Developer

I was introduced to the notion of creating Accessible content when learning CSS3 back in the early twenty-first century. The item that stands out was the practice of, when using images as "buttons" for navigation elements, having the proper link text remain in the structure, visually hidden. "That's so cool!" I thought, and the fact that it…

Joann Vega
Office of the Vice President for University Services
Administrative Office Coordinator

I chose to become CPACC certified so that I can be part of a more inclusive environment. To do so, I have chosen to increase my knowledge of accessibility and ways we can implement them whether on the web or in my own department. I know what I have learned in this class, will always be helpful information not just for those with disabilities…

Daniel Veith
Department of Electrical Engineering
Web Developer/ Systems Administrator

"Having seen individuals struggle through inaccessible but otherwise good looking websites, accessibility to me is a minimum requirement to be a competent provider of information. We must always remember to make accessibility a core part of our work."