Accessibility statement

Greenfield University is committed to ensuring that this website can easily be accessed by all visitors. We are fully determined to ensure that we cater to the needs of the diverse community that come to seek information from our website and therefore we will continue to work on improving the quality of this website. We provide full access to the university’s information, courses and activities through the website.

Aims of the website

The design of this website has been done to ensure that visitors can use it satisfactorily according to their needs. We have taken extra steps to ensure that the following is achieved:

1. All texts and images are visible

2. There are captions for audio-visual information

3. Content can be navigated with just a keyboard or speech recognition tools

4. The content of the website is properly ordered and labelled to avoid confusion

Reporting accessibility problems with this website

If you have any questions or issues regarding this statement or accessibility of any of Greenfield University’s web pages, please contact us through

What we are doing to improve accessibility

We want the users of this website to have the best possible experience. We are committed to fixing any issues that are identified in addition to our continued improvement of the structure and contents of the website. We will continue to provide training to our web development team to help them address relevant issues.

Testing the accessibility of this site

This statement was prepared on the 20th of October 2020 and was last reviewed on the 22nd of October 2020.

How we tested this website

The website was tested on the 19th of October, 2020. The testing was done internally through manual inspection and software tools that examined all the pages. We continue to review the Greenfield University website on a monthly basis to check all new additions.