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Civil Rights Review Facilities Training

The Civil Rights Review process is part of the ICCB’s proactive effort to help colleges increase the accessibility of their campuses and programs and promote an atmosphere of diversity and inclusion. This training session focused on the facilities inspection component of the civil rights review process and included discussions of the background on the civil rights review process and what to expect during an onsite review, how to prepare for an onsite review,  how to interpret the applicability of different accessibility standards, and engaging case studies related to facilities accessibility.  This training is appropriate for directors of facilities and maintenance, representatives for disability services offices, anyone involved with the self-assessment of campus facilities, or anyone with an interest in understanding physical accessibility requirements.

Event Details

The event was held on  May 30, 2018 from  10:00am-3:00pm . The event was held at the Marriott Hotel & Conference Center in Normal, IL.

Due to the ever changing landscape of civil rights legislation, resources for this event have not been archived.  For more information and current resources please visit for the postsecondary system or for the secondary system.  You can also contact ICSPS to request assistance with understanding the civil rights review process.


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