Higher Ed Admissions Accessibility Report

Seven simple ways to attract more applicants by improving accessibility in your admissions process.

What You'll Learn

Discover how a lack of accessibility in the admissions process creates barriers for applicants with disabilities and mental illnesses.

Discover small changes that you can make in your admissions process to help you reach, attract, and engage a diverse group of applicants.

Find out where your admissions process may be inadvertently dissuading applicants from applying to your program.

Learn how a proactive communication strategy focused around accessibility can help you engage an untapped community of applicants.





Why accessibility matters

How accessibility can improve applicant yield

How to identify inaccessibility in your process

Simple changes to make your admissions accessible 

7.3 Million students ages 3-21 receive education services under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA).

The Reality of Accessibility in Higher Ed

91% of college students with mental health problems don't seek assistance from their schools.

76% of students with learning differences don't disclose their status to their schools in the admissions process.