Swinburne is committed to improving accessibility for our website.
A new visual design is gradually being rolled out, which has been built from the ground up with accessibility in mind and conforms to WCAG 2.0 Level A guidelines. The new design implements key design elements which will aid in allowing all visitors to have access across our website, these include:
If you are having difficulty accessing the Swinburne website, please contact us via email at email@example.com to request the information in an alternative format.
We also welcome your suggestions to make Swinburne websites more accessible via our feedback form.
Complaints in relation to content are handled via our web accessibility complaints policy and procedure.