Electronic and Information Resources (EIR)Accessible electronic and information resources (EIR) are designed to support access that does not depend on a single sense or ability and can be used in a variety of ways.
Accessibility means providing equal access to electronic information and services regardless of a user's physical, developmental abilities or impairments. Texas A&M-Commerce is required by law to ensure that any electronic information or technology resources that are created or purchased are accessible
This website includes resources to help the university meet requirements governing the accessibility of electronic information including policy information, training resources, and accessibility guidelines and testing checklists.
Texas A&M-Commerce is committed to making its EIR accessible to individuals with disability. Texas A&M will comply with the accessibility rules set forth by the Texas Administrative Code: Title 1, Chapter 213, Subchapter C and Texas Administrative Code: Title 1, Rule 206.70.
Exceptions and Exemptions
Approved exceptions to compliance with the Texas DIR accessibility rules allow a time-limited exception to the standard means of access to the EIR under consideration. Approved exceptions do not eliminate the University EIR owner responsibility to provide access to the EIR by an alternate method or in an alternate format. Any request for an exception to the Texas DIR accessibility rules must be submitted to TAMU-Commerce accessibility coordinator for review and processing.
Complaints regarding the inaccessibility of University Web pages should be directed to Lydia Harkey, the University's EIR Accessibility Coordinator from the office of Information Technology.