Accessibility & Inclusion Statement
The Cummings Center for the History of Psychology is committed to providing access to the historical record of psychology and related human sciences to all audiences. We recognize the systematic barriers that lead to inequity and seek to contribute to the creation of a more inclusive and equitable culture. This includes addressing the historic and continuing role of psychology and human science and culture studies more generally in supporting and rationalizing unjust systems and practices. We stand against social injustice, including all forms of racism, sexism, ableism, homophobia, and transphobia. Further, we recognize that the process of more accurately representing and uplifting marginalized groups within the historical record is both ongoing and necessary.
We are actively working to create inclusive exhibits and programming that center historically marginalized voices, as well as to ensure that these programs are designed to be accessible to all visitors. We will work to assist visitors with disabilities in accessing all portions of our museum and galleries, as well as in conducting research within our archival holdings
General accessibility information is provided below. For specific questions and to request further assistance with your visit, please contact Dorothy Gruich at email@example.com.
The Cummings Center is located at 73 S. College Street, Akron, Ohio 44325-4302. Bus service is provided by Akron Metro, and stops are located near the Cummings Center at the Mill & College and E. Market & College bus stops. Further route details are available from Akron Metro.
Free parking is available in the lot directly adjacent to the building. This lot contains a dedicated accessible parking spot near the museum entrance. Visitors can also park in Lot 30 at the corner of College and Market streets, which contains several accessible parking spaces. Metered parking is available along South College Street. Pavement from Lot 30 and metered parking may be uneven, and people with limited mobility should exercise caution.
The museum and galleries are accessible by wheelchair. Select displays may not be fully wheelchair accessible. Assistance is available to access the content of these displays. There is also a wheelchair kept on-site and available for use in the museum free of charge.
Standard strollers are welcome.
The museum includes a variety of audio, visual, and hands-on exhibits. We are currently working to develop alternative forms of access for select exhibits. For more information, contact Dorothy Gruich at firstname.lastname@example.org.