Campus & Community

Photo of young man using ASL at the UWM, American Sign Language (ASL) Deaf Day event

ARC Presentations

ARC is committed to providing education, awareness, and outreach to students, staff, faculty, campus departments or groups, and affiliated UWM community members. We offer presentations, tabling events, programming and informational sessions on an array of topics. Details and a request form is available on the ARC Presentations page.

Campus Interpreting and Captioning Services

ARC staff supports access for the campus community by providing sign language interpreters and real-time captioning services at public events.  More information about these services and a campus request form is available on the Campus Interpreting and Captioning Services page.

Accessibility at UWM: Information and resources for visitors, students, faculty & staff, and university employees.

UWM ADA and Accessibility Advisory Committee (ADAAAC): This committee advises the Chancellor, Provost, and ADA Coordinator on issues related to accessibility, as well as compliance with the Americans with Disability Act of 1990 and amendments.

UWM Web Accessibility Resources: This page offers information on how students with disabilities use the web and how to make your site accessible.

*Photo above: The American Sign Language (ASL) Deaf Day event at the Helene Zelazo Center for the Performing Arts. Photographed for the UWM 2011 Viewbook.