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Accessibility statement


Declaration of accessibility of the AGH University Press website

AGH University Press undertakes to ensure the accessibility of its website in accordance with the provisions of the Law of April 4, 2019 on Digital Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications of Public Entities. The accessibility declaration applies to the website

Website publication date: 2022-03-25
Date of last significant update: 2022-03-25

Status in terms of compliance with the law

The website is partially compliant with the Law on Digital Accessibility of Public Entity Websites and Mobile Applications due to the incompatibilities or exclusions listed below.

Inaccessible content

  • Publications in the form of PDF files are partially accessible. The website posts files in two versions: PDF and DOC.
  • Some of the published graphics do not have an alternative description, they are promotional in nature and are not used for current tasks.

Preparation of the accessibility declaration

The declaration was prepared on: 2022-05-23, it was updated on: 2023-03-31.
The declaration was prepared on the basis of a self-assessment carried out by the public entity.

Feedback and contact information

Responsible for processing comments and applications: Julia Strzyżewska.
Phone: +48 12 617 32 28

Everyone has the right to:

  • make comments on the availability of the digital site or its element,
  • make a request to ensure the availability of the digital site or its element,
  • request that the inaccessible information be made available in another alternative form.

The request must include:

  • contact information of the person making the request,
  • indication of the page or element of the page to which the request relates,
  • indication of a convenient form of making the information available, if the request concerns making the inaccessible information available in an alternative form.

Consideration of the request should be carried out immediately, within 7 days at the latest. If within this period it is not possible to provide accessibility or provide access in an alternative form, it should take place within 2 months from the date of the request at the latest.

Complaints and appeals

If a public entity refuses to comply with a request to provide accessibility or an alternative means of accessing information, the requester may file a complaint about the provision of accessibility of a digital website, mobile application or an element of the website or mobile application. After exhausting the procedure indicated above, a request may also be submitted to the Commisioner for Human Rights.

Architectural accessibility

AGH University Press has its premises in the ALFA 1 Student House.

The main entrance to the building is located on Academic Street. There are stairs (12 steps) at the entrance to the building. This entrance is not accessible for wheelchair users.

An entrance on the side of the building from the parking lot, where the elevator to the building is located, has been adapted for wheelchair users. An intercom is installed at the elevator entrance to contact the gatehouse in case the gate is closed.

Corridors in the building provide free movement. There are no level differences in the circulation area, except for the access to the gatehouse.The stairs do not have special facilities for people with disabilities. There is a door between the elevator and the headquarters of AGH Publications, which remains closed on a daily basis.To open them, contact the gatehouse of DS. Alfa 1 or an employee of AGH University Press.

The parking lot on Akademicka Street is accessed from Reymonta Street (by the 'Polonez' hotel). Entrance to the parking lot is restricted by a barrier, at which there is an intercom.It is possible to apply for assistance from an AGH Guard employee. In this area there are three parking spaces designated for the disabled.

Information about the right to enter with an assistance dog and any reasonable restrictions

You can enter the building with an assistance dog.

Information about the possibility of using a sign language interpreter on-site or online

If you need a sign language interpreter on-site or online, please contact the Office of Disability Affairs
Phone: +48 12 617-46-30

Information for those using public transportation

AGH's headquarters are located in Krakow's Krowodrza district. The nearest bus stops are on Czarnowiejska Street, Mickiewicza Avenue, and the streetcar stops are on Inwalidów Square and 3 Maja Street and Piłsudskiego Street.

More useful information on this subject can be found here.

Information about the AGH entrance control system

All formalities related to obtaining an entry pass are carried out by the AGH Guard (we recommend electronic contact: e-mail: ).

Regulations for the use of the AGH entry control system: here