AHG 2017 Conference: University of Colorado’s session about making PeopleSoft accessible

By Hendrix Bodden • August 6, 2017

The 2017 Accessing Higher Ground conference focuses on the implementation and benefits of:

  • Accessible media, Universal Design and Assistive Technology in the university, business and public sectors;
  • Legal and policy issues, including ADA and Section 508 compliance;
  • Creation of accessible media and information resources, including web pages and library resources.

Our customer – University of Colorado – will present their GreyHeller accessibility project at the conference – Implementing GreyHeller PeopleMobile in PeopleSoft Campus Solutions: Lessons Learned.


Learn about University of Colorado’s implementation of accessibility improvements for PeopleSoft Campus Solutions student self-service, using the GreyHeller PeopleMobile product.


Over the past three years, the University of Colorado has focused on remediation and improvement of accessibility problems for PeopleSoft applications, with specific attention on PeopleSoft Campus Solutions self-service functionality. Campus Solutions 9.0, particularly student self-service, does not provide a useable experience for those using assistive technology such as screen readers. At the University of Colorado our goal is to provide an accessible and useable systems that follows WCAG 2.0 AA guidelines.

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