Accessibility Statement

We are committed to the ideal of universal Web accessibility and strive to provide an accessible Web presence that enables all university constituents full access to information provided on this site. Every effort has been made to create the pages within this website as accessible as possible in accordance with the applicable state and federal guidelines.

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If you have trouble accessing any portion of this site, please contact:

  • Mark A. Greenfield
  • Digital Strategist
  • Academic Affairs Office of Web Services
  • 716-645-2811
  • markgr@buffalo.edu

Reporting Web Accessibility Problems on other University at Buffalo Sites

The University at Buffalo Web presence is comprised of hundreds of sites that are managed and maintained by the individual departments and sponsoring organizations. The quickest way to have a Web accessibility issue addressed is to contact the owner of the site directly. If the problem remains unresolved, please send email to ub-webaccess@buffalo.edu.

Last updated: October 11, 2017 1:33 pm EST

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