About

Accessible Technology Services

Accessible Technology Services (ATS) works to create a more accessible environment by providing information and services to enhance equal access for students with and without disabilities. Responsibilities include the accessibility review and testing of applications, websites, and documents; accessibility training; and captioning support services. ATS comprises the following staff members:

Sean Poley

Sean Poley

Director
Email: Poleysa@MiamiOH.edu
Phone: 513-529-1225


Laura Fathauer

Laura Fathauer

Web Content Accessibility Specialist
Email: fathaulg@MiamiOH.edu
Phone: 513-529-3559


Cindy Hurley

Cindy Hurley

Alternative Format Supervisor
Email: Hurleycj@MiamiOH.edu
Phone: 513-529-6064


Nick Laes

Nick Laes

Accessible Technology Specialist
Email: laesnl@MiamiOH.edu
Phone: 513-529-1249


Autumn Meade

Autumn Meade

Accessible Technology Coordinator
Email: Meadeam@MiamiOH.edu
Phone: 513-529-0418


Accessible Technology Committee

ATS also provides oversight of the Accessible Technology Committee, comprised of key personnel representing the academic and administrative departments across campus.

Student Disability Services

The Miller Center for Student Disability Services (MCSDS) coordinates accommodations and auxiliary aids for students with disabilities. The office supports Miami’s commitment to diversity & inclusion and promotes student access to an equitable college experience. Services are coordinated in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, as Amended, and Section 504 of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act. The office serves a diverse group of students including those with physical, vision, hearing, psychiatric, medical, neurological, autism spectrum, ADHD, and learning disabilities.

For questions about student accommodations, contact the center at SDS@MiamiOH.edu or call (513) 529-1541.

Contact Us

If you are facing an accessibility barrier or simply want to share your thoughts on how we can better accommodate the needs of the Miami community, we want to hear from you!

Report an Accessibility Issue