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Online Accessibility

The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect. — Tim Berners-Lee

SBCTC is committed to providing access to information technology for people with disabilities, including students, employees and the general public. This includes the content of this website. 

The Washington state community and technical college Accessible Technology Policy: Vision, Mission, Policy Statement and Recommendations for Adoption was approved by the Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges in March 2016. The policy outlines the system-wide commitment to provide equal, effective, and meaningful access to the benefits of technology for individuals with disabilities

To meet this commitment, we aim to comply with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Conformance Level AA.

Document Readers

Many pages on this website provide links to documents that can be downloaded. Depending on the software on your computer, you may need to download and install free software that will allow you to read them. Displayed below are icons associated with different document types and a link to the free reader you can install that will help you read them.

Adobe PDFAdobe Reader  is used to view PDF (Portable Document Format) documents. We suggest you always use the latest version of Adobe Reader.

MS WordMicrosoft Word Viewer is used to view and print MS Word documents.

MS ExcelMicrosoft Excel Viewer is used to view and print MS Excel spreadsheets.

MS PowerPointMicrosoft PowerPoint Viewer is used to view full-featured presentations created in MS PowerPoint.

MS VisioMicrosoft Visio Viewer is used to view Visio drawings and diagrams inside the Microsoft Internet Explorer web browser.

Microsoft Office Compatibility Pack is used to open, edit and save documents, workbooks and presentations that were created in a newer version of Word, Excel, and PowerPoint than you might have.

Please use the form below to let us know.

If you would rather make a request for accommodation, please contact the SBCTC Accessibility Coordinator, Mark Jenkins.

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