Indiana University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in the admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, any of its programs or activities. Please see IU’s official Nondiscrimination Policy for more information, including the contact information of individuals designated to respond to inquiries and complaints regarding discrimination.
Indiana University is committed to ensuring that all learning opportunities and benefits are fully accessible to individuals with disabilities. Accessibility concerns are proactively considered in the planning of all online courses and web pages. Instructors may not require the use of any technology that is inaccessible to a disabled population, such as the blind or deaf, unless students with disabilities are provided the same educational opportunity or benefit through an alternative that is equally effective, equally integrated, and provides substantially equivalent ease of use. All electronic communication with applicants or participants with disabilities will be delivered in manner that is as effective as communication delivered to others.
Quality of Online Courses and Programs
Indiana University closely follows the Interregional Guidelines for the Evaluation of Distance Education Programs developed by the Council of Regional Accrediting Commissions (C-RAC). IU strives to exemplify the Nine Hallmarks of Quality promulgated by these guidelines. Additionally, IU adheres to the Quality Matters framework for distance education and provides Quality Matters training and resources to its distance education instructors.