Accessibility

ELSIcon2020

ELSIcon 2020: 30 Years of the Genome: Integrating and Applying ELSI Research

ELSIcon2020 is committed to providing an outstanding experience for all participants. We strive for access to all activities—to the fullest extent possible—based on an awareness of participants' needs and appropriate planning. If you require disability accommodations to attend ELSIcon2020 please contact the Columbia University Disability Services at (212) 854-2388 or access@columbia.edu at least 10 days in advance of the event. 

We ask that all requests for reasonable accommodations at ELSIcon2020 be made as early as possible, so that we may best meet individual needs. On-site requests will be met to the best of our ability.

  • Visitors to Lerner Hall can access the building at 2920 Broadway (between 114 and 115th Streets).
  • Visitors who need wheelchair access to Low Library should use the outdoor elevator located next to the Miller Theatre near College Walk and Broadway. Use the callbox located at the elevator to contact Public Safety for assistance.
  • This map is intended to serve as a guide to the accessibility of the campus. The Columbia University Department of Public Safety is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to assist guests and visitors with outdoor access to the different levels of the campus. Notify the guard stationed 24 hours a day at both 116th Street and Broadway and 116th Street and Amsterdam if you need assistance.

Columbia University Disability Services can provide sign language interpretation services or CART (real-time captioning) services to specific attendees upon request by calling (212) 854-2388 at least 10 days in advance of the event.

For any questions or concerns about accessibility at ELSIcon2020, please email info@elsicon2020.org or call the Columbia University Disability Services at (212) 854-2388.

Columbia University is committed to providing an accessible and welcoming environment for faculty, staff, students, guests, visitors and members of the public, and it encourages individuals with disabilities to participate in its programs and activities.