In support of the Province of Nova Scotia’s goal of becoming an accessible province by 2030, two universities have recently launched their first multi-year accessibility plans. St Francis Xavier University has launched a multi-year university-wide Accessibility Plan, which identifies goals and initiatives across six areas that will advance accessibility on campus. Mount Saint Vincent University’s multi-year accessibility plan identifies eight target areas for improvement, including awareness and capacity building, employment, and transportation. “At MSVU, we believe that to build stronger societies, we must enhance access to education,” said MSVU President Dr Joël Dickinson. “The creation of this plan will allow us to further transform words into action.” StFX| MSVU Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.