Accessibility

Indiana University strives to make all of its programs accessible to students of all abilities. If you require accommodation or assistance to participate, contact the program you are interested in. Staff members of individual programs will work with you to provide the support you need to make your precollege experience fun and rewarding!

IU’s Outdoor Education Center

Indiana University’s learning and outdoor education center, Bradford Woods, also offers its own separate facilities and programs geared specifically to participants with accessibility challenges. Bradford Woods is a national and international leader in the application of universal design principles that create products and environments usable by all people without adaptation. All facilities on the property are designed for all participants, regardless of their ability level.

Facilities include a switchback trail, a high universal rope course, a climbing tower, and an Olympic-sized swimming pool, and programs include camps for people with special conditions, recreational therapy for youth and families at risk, and equine-facilitated therapy and learning.

Bradford Woods is located on State Road 67 near Martinsville, Indiana, 30 minutes south of Indianapolis and 30 minutes north of Bloomington. Learn more about Bradford Woods programs and facilities.