Electronic formats for registration, course materials, advertisement, even campus ID cards are increasingly popular among college and universities due to their ease of use. However, many colleges have not considered the impact that these “easy-to-use” tools have on students with disabilities. This session will share how the current laws, standards for accessibility and WCAG guidelines intersect and impact any Electronic Information Technology (EIT) purchased or used on a college campus. We will provide best practices and examples on how to encourage and teach faculty to own the accessibility of their course content without overwhelming them. And finally, the day will conclude by looking at how universities have created a cultural of access with regards to EIT.