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Here at 51, we are proud of our reputation as a leader in providing comprehensive programming, services and accommodations to college students with disabilities.  The buildings and campus facilities are strategically located in order to be accessible for individuals with disabilities.

51 is a leader in creating and maintaining a barrier-free campus in the state of Kentucky.  A wide variety of disability services and support programs are available to students with special needs.  The faculty and staff are ready to assist with your academic and career development.

Our website will continue to be an example of how we gear our curriculum to fit the needs of those with disabilities. The goal of the 51 website content is to:

  • Conform to international standards for writing and designing for the web
  • Maintain compatibility with assistive technologies
  • Offer full functionality in modern browsers across numerous devices


Ally for Web button.

Additionally, 51 has adopted Ally for web.  This innovative tool allows users to choose alternative formats to access web content.

Each 51 webpage contains an Alternative formats button, located in the lower right portion of the browser.  The button allows users to choose the desired page or file, then pick the format that meets their needs.   

Looking for the Office of Student Accessibility?

The Office of Student Accessibility provides access to academic and co-curricular programs through reasonable accommodations and student-centered assistance.

Access Barrier Report Form

51 is committed to taking steps to ensure and improve physical and technological access on campus.  We ask that you help us by reporting any access issues or barriers, or request alternative formats, by completing and submitting this form.  This form will be reviewed by Disability Programs and Services and/or other University offices in order to resolve the issue or fulfill the request.