Members of the USC community with mobility impairments, particularly those who use wheelchairs and/or have vision impairments, are invited to an Accessibility open forum listening session at 12-1 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 24 in Room 350 of the Ronald Tutor Campus Center (TCC), with the meeting also held on Zoom.
The session is being held to in order to better understand how the campus is utilized by members of the community with diverse mobility needs and a wide range of perspectives is being sought.
The goal of the event is to solicit feedback on how individual members of the campus community use accessibility features, move around campus, and identify any areas where individuals might encounter barriers.
Individuals who cannot attend or who identify with disabilities other than mobility and/or blind-low vision impairments can share their accessibility concerns via the new Report a Concern website.
Due to COVID-19, food and beverages will not be served at this event, and attendees are asked to refrain from eating or drinking throughout. Completion of Trojan Check and masks will be required for physical entry to TCC 350 and appropriate social distancing will be practiced.
If you have questions, email Stacey M. Hearn, Deputy ADA/504 Coordinator, at email@example.com.