a full range of
services and technology
into easy, timely,
solutions that work.
AMAC Accessibility was incubated out of the University System of Georgia in 2005 to help post-secondary disability services offices provide complete, timely, efficient accommodations to print-disabled students so they can be more independent and productive in their academic environments.
Today, as a research and service center of the Georgia Tech College of Design, AMAC's expertise, tools and technology empower not only college disability service providers, but also K-12 educators, corporations, non-profits, and government institutions throughout the United States, to provide equal access to education, work and life for individuals with disabilities of all kinds.
At AMAC, we have a firsthand understanding of the real, day-to-day challenges of people with disabilities and those that serve them. We create practical solutions that work, with a focus on utility, ease of use and high-quality.
AMAC believes that a limited budget should not stand in the way of accessibility. That is why we are committed to making accessibility affordable -- with our large member base and re-use model that reduces costs; through strong relationships with disability-related vendors and outside experts; and by staying abreast to current state and federal laws, guidelines and regulations.
AMAC knows how to build partnerships that knock down barriers. We are constantly initiating new ways to strategically collaborate with private, non-profit and government groups to leverage and utilize resources and serve the best interests of all, now and into the future.
The University System of Georgia is composed of 35 higher education institutions.
The Regents' Center for Learning Disorders (RCLD) is comprised of three centers across the state of Georgia established by the University System of Georgia to provide specialized assessments for students with suspected learning disorders, and serves as a resource identifying appropriate academic accommodations.
AMAC works in conjunction with several Georgia Tech universal design and research partners including: