As part of the ADA Transition Plan, UCB performed a Self-Evaluation of the accessibility of its programs, services and activities. This Self-Evaluation was be conducted from both a proactive and reactive perspective. This means that UCB examined its proactive accessibility efforts in its interactions with the public, its students, and all faculty and staff; and UCB also looked at ways to improve existing reactive processes when grievances or concerns regarding accessibility and/or reasonable accommodations are raised.

ADA Transition Plan

SSA worked closely with the University of California, Berkeley (UCB) to perform physical barrier surveys within the University’s facilities and throughout the campus exterior. There are four major components of an ADA Transition Plan. The first part is to identify existing physical barriers within the UCB. Second, solutions are proposed to mitigate any barriers that are identified. Third, is to create a schedule or plan for barrier mitigation, which shows and tracks all the effort UCB applies towards the mitigation process. The last part of the Transition Plan is to appoint an UCB official...