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The Common App for transfer Accessibility Statement

What accessibility options does Common App for transfer provide for students with disabilities?

The Common App is working to ensure that every student can access higher education.

Here you will find the most up-to-date ADA-Compliant, PDF version of the transfer application:

Transfer Applicant Forms

Offline forms for transfer students are also available in PDF format:

Transfer Offline Forms

How does the Common App address accessibility?

The Common App is committed to delivering an accessible application for all students. We are continually working to improve our application's accessibility by adopting the best practices and standards defined by Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act and the latest Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) wherever possible.

We aim to create and improve accessibility features for students with vision impairments, limited movement, photosensitivity, and certain accommodations for learning disabilities and cognitive limitations.

Our team uses tools such as aXe by Deque, NVDA by NVAccess, built-in tools like MacOS Voiceover, and rigorous manual testing to verify and improve the accessibility of our application.
The Common App is dedicated to assisting students who may encounter accessibility issues within the system. Please email us at with your name, phone number or email address, and a description of your need.

Learn more about the Common App’s approach to accessibility.

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