Accessibility at FHWS
- Site of the FHWS via Campus-Information-System
- University buildings in Würzburg and Schweinfurt
- Bavaria's travel planner
- Accessible Deutsche Bahn (Trains)
- Wheelchair-accessible parking spaces Würzburg*
- Public transport Würzburg*
- City map Würzburg
- Wheelchair-accessible parking spaces and barrier-free lavatories Schweinfurt*
- Public transport with disabilities Schweinfurt*
Accessibility and descriptions of FHWS buildings
- Sanderring 8a, 97070 Würzburg (room nos. starting with S)
- Sanderheinrichsleitenweg 20, 97074 Würzburg (room nos. starting with H, I)
- Röntgenring 8, 97070 Würzburg (room nos. starting with A, B, C, D, E)
- Münzstr. 12, 97070 Würzburg (room nos. starting with M)
- Münzstr. 1, 97070 Würzburg (room nos. starting with V)
- Münzstr. 12, 97070 Würzburg (room nos. starting with Z, ZP)
- Randersackerer Straße 15, 97072 Würzburg (room nos. starting with R)
- Münzstr. 12, 97070 Würzburg (room nos. starting with T)
- Veitshöchheimer Straße 1b, 97080 Würzburg
- Friedrichstraße 17 a, 97070 Würzburg (room nos. starting with F)
- Campus Ignaz Schön (former Campus I), Ignaz-Schön-Straße 11, 97421 Schweinfurt (room nos. starting with 1 - 8, 11, 12)
- Campus Konrad Geiger (former Campus II), Konrad-Geiger-Straße 2, 97421 Schweinfurt (room nos. starting with 9)
- Landwehrstraße 46, 97421 Schweinfurt (room nos. starting with 10)
- Geschwister-Scholl-Straße 4, 97421 Schweinfurt (room nos. starting with 13)
- In the premises of FHWS, acoustic systems for the hearing impaired are available. Further information about equipment, usage and contacts is provided in the information brochure regarding the acoustic system for users with impaired hearing.
- Information of the Deutsches Studentenwerk regarding technical aids and assistants*
- Most operating systems of computers or mobile devices offer internal applications and features for ease of access. These applications/features support users with the input and output of content and information. They include: Voice output, voice control, heightened contrast of displays/screens, screen magnifier, on-screen keyboard, captions, flashing signals, and more. For more information on those internal applications, please visit the homepage of your operating systems.
- In addition, there are programmes and external applications available that ensure the ease of use. Programmes are often especially designed for specific impairments: Screen readers for blind users, apps for voice output and communication about pictures, software for people with intellectual disabilities, and many more.
- Add-on devices for computers or mobile devices can additionally contribute to the ease of use. Helpful devices can be: Braille displays (output device for blind persons), eye-tracking control, enhanced keyboard or computer mouse.
The FHWS Library offers additional services for disabled or chronically ill users. For more information, please visit the pages of the FHWS Library
Assistance for Lecturers and Employees of the FHWS on Implementation of Accessibility
- Checklist for Fully Accessible Courses
- Checklist for Planning Fully Accessible Events
- Planning external events and field trips
- E-Learning Course for Designing Accessible PDF files*
- Maintaining Web Contents Accessible - Accessible Informing and Communicating*
* The content of web pages marked by an asterix is available in German only. For further travelling instructions, please visit our web page Accessibility and Description of University Buildings and select the building you would like to access.