All TCU website content developers, webmasters, procurement officials, or someone who is responsible for developing, loading, maintaining, or auditing web content and functionality are now required to complete online web accessibility training to gain an understanding of responsibilities and duties when working with websites and web pages that are published or hosted by the University.
TCU is committed to making information on the University’s website available to all students and employees, including those with disabilities; an accessible website is a better website. By following best practices and the technical requirements of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, Level AA, we can ensure that all TCU web pages are accessible and provide better interactions with our students, faculty, staff and the general public.
In order to schedule your first Monsido training, please open a Web Support Request.
Users who do not complete the required online training within 30 days will have their website/web page editing and updating access revoked until such training is successfully completed. If you have questions about how you were identified as a webmaster or content provider please contact Elaine Tubre, Associate Director of Office of Web Management, at firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions regarding accessibility compliance, please contact Laurel Cunningham (Disability Services), at email@example.com.
Thank you in advance for your commitment to this important effort!
Andrea Nordmann, CCEP
Chief University Compliance Officer
Director of Web Management