Roehampton University is committed to achieving equality for all students and staff. We make every effort to ensure that any interaction with the general public and outside organisations reflects this.
In these pages you will find information about web site accessibility, as well as links to related information across the Roehampton site.
If you have any queries concerning accessibility, please do not hesitate to contact us.
The University of Roehampton website is designed with accessibility in mind and we are actively making efforts to ensure that pages adhere to web accessibility guidelines. Due to the size of the website and the complexity of our organisation, this is an on-going process. We are working towards webpages being compliant with Level AA or Level AAA where this is possible.
If you have any queries regarding website accessibility, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information or assistance.
The website has been developed and tested in a number of browsers and on a number of mobile devices to ensure compatibility. We recommend using a modern browser when viewing our website to get the best user experience.
If you are using an older browser, particularly Internet Explorer, you may find that pages do not display as intended. We recommend that you upgrade your preferred browser to the latest version (download links below).
Descriptive alternative text is used to explain images used on our webpages.
The website uses HTML headings (H1, H2, H3, etc.) to express document structure.
Hyperlinks are denoted using sensible wording and context to where they are linking and we aim not to use generic terms such as ‘click here’. Links that go to documents are indicated with a suffix e.g. (PDF).
You can change the default font size of our website through your browser preferences.
You can zoom in and out of any page of the website using the Ctrl + and Ctrl - keys respectively (or the Command + and Command - keys on a Mac).
You can override the website’s colours by importing your own custom style sheet within your browsers preferences.
The website uses cascading style sheets (CSS) for its presentational (visual) layer. If your preferred browser does not support style sheets or if you have turned off the use of style sheets within your browser, a text-only version of the webpage will be rendered.
Pages on the website are designed to produce a ‘printer ready’ version when you print any page, which strips out items such as menus, side bars and other navigational elements, focusing on page content.
Most audio on the Roehampton web site is in mp3 format. These files can be played by most audio software, including Windows Media Player. Wherever content is presented in a different format we explain the best way to playing it.
If we put a video onto our website, we aim to offer alternative information. This will usually appear at the same time as the video or as soon as practically possible.
We use Flash Video to provide our video content. This means that you will need the Shockwave Flash plugin to view the videos. If you do not have the Shockwave Flash plugin, you will be prompted to install it when you load a page with a video on. Alternativly you can download it from the Adobe website.
Our videos usually play whilst downloading. This can result in the video pausing while it downloads the file. If this become a problem move your mouse over the player so that the controls appear and press the "pause" button. The video will still download while it is paused, and you will see a progress bar filling up. When the progress bar is complete, press the play button and the video should play through without interruption.
The University provides disability and dyslexia support. If you have a specific enquiry contact Disability Services.
The Library works closely with the disability and dyslexia support team to enable access to resources. The Library pages provide more detailed information.
Students with disabilities who are thinking of living in college accommodation are encouraged to contact our accommodation office to discuss their needs as early as possible: Email: email@example.com. Our accommodation pages have further information while the interactive campus maps provide a graded guide to disabled access across the University.
The following Human Resources webpages cover issues relating to disability and equality for members of staff at Roehampton:
Our Disability and dyslexia support pages provide more information about the facilities available at the University. Contact us if you have a specific enquiry.
For general enquiries or feedback, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Students with disabilities who are thinking of living in college accommodation are encouraged to contact our accommodation office to discuss their needs as early as possible: Email: email@example.com.