DO-IT hosts programs and projects for precollege and college students with disabilities and for advocates, educators, administrators, and employers.


Access College

Fostering systemic change in postsecondary institutions to make campuses more inclusive of students with disabilities. Resources and strategies have been tailored to specific stakeholder groups: faculty, staff, student service providers, administrators, students, and employers. 


Access Computing

Increasing the participation of individuals with disabilities in computing careers. High school and college students pursuing computing fields may apply for the AccessComputing Team to participate in special events, mentoring, and internships.

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Access DL

Promoting the accessibility of distance learning courses. Resources include promising practices, where to find training, and a How-To Guide for Creating Accessible Online Learning Content. 


Access Engineering

Increasing the participation of people with disabilities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers. 

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Center for Universal Design in Education

Principles, processes, and guidelines for applying universal design to instruction, student services, technology, and physical spaces. Resources are tailored to postsecondary and elementary/secondary educational environments. 

Two students working together on a science project.

DO-IT Scholars

Preparing young people with disabilities for college, careers, independent living, and leadership roles in society. First year Scholars attend a two-week, live-in summer program at the University of Washington in Seattle. 

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