Campus Sweep

"Citizenship – Every Blazer has an interest in the well-being of the community, and, therefore, a duty to stay informed, to make positive contributions, and to offer support to those who need help."

Have you seen cracked curb cuts? Automatic doors that aren't working? Braille signage that is worn down and no longer tactile?

These issues represent barriers to accessibility for disabled students, faculty, and visitors at Valdosta State University.

We invite you to help us examine these potential barriers to access on our campus. You can pick up an accessibility assessment from the Office of Social Equity, The Access Office, Odum Library, Student Union, all residence halls, and all academic halls.

Academic Halls

Residence Halls