Accessible Print Request Overview

Accessible print materials must be an approved accommodation before requests can be submitted. Because these materials take some time to create, it is important to begin the process of converting or acquiring accessible formats as early as possible. Please keep the following things in mind when placing your request: 

  • Requests are completed on a first-come, first-serve basis. Accessible Print Requests submitted after the start of the semester may take up to 3-4 weeks to complete.
  • Students are required to provide proof of purchase for all textbooks before receiving accessible formats.
  • AAAC does not produce alternative text materials that are already available in the needed format at other sources.
  • Please talk to the Accessible Print Coordinator about the availability of digital formats before renting your textbooks. Textbooks that cannot be found in digital formats may need to have their binding removed. 
  • If you are in a class where you access your readings through Blackboard, you should ask your instructor about granting the AAAC Accessible Print Coordinator access to the site. Contact accessprint@ku.edu with questions about this. 

For more information about Accessible Print policies, please refer to our accessible print policies and procedures.


Quick Links

Icon that reads "Apply Here: New Student Application." Clickable link to apply for accommodations.

Icon that reads "Access Online: Registered Student Login." Clickable link leading to Access Online.

Icon that reads "Instructor Login." Clickable link to the Access Online portal for instructors.

Access Online

New to Access Online? Need the quick-start on requesting accommodations? Click here for a step-by-step guide (.pdf) or click here to visit our video tutorials page!

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