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Seminars & Colloquia: Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities

Michigan State University is committed to providing equal opportunity for participation in all programs, services and activities.

The sites of seminars and colloquia in the Biomedical & Physical Sciences Building have basic accessibility for persons with disabilities.

Most of the entrances are on grade or are accessible via wheelchair-friendly slopes. The main entrances at the north and south ends of the building have automatic doors. The elevators at both the north and south ends of the building have controls accommodating many disabilities (e.g., Braille labels, low and high button panels). The restrooms, off each elevator lobby on each floor where seminars are held, all have accessible stalls.

The Biomedical & Physical Sciences Building is not, however, currently fully furnished with automatic doors at all entrances, Braille or audible signs & maps, or other more advanced accessibility enhancements.

Special accommodations for persons with disabilities may be requested by calling the person in charge of a program at least a week in advance to ensure sufficient time to make arrangements. If the person in charge is not listed on the web page referring to a program, contact the P-A Department Chair's Office at (517) 353-8662.