Inclusive Facilities

Support for Visually Impaired Students


Universitas Multimedia Nusantara (UMN), as a leading educational institution, has collaborated with Microsoft Corporation to provide technology-based learning facilities, especially the Microsoft 365, Teams and OneDrive collaboration services which can be used by all students, lecturers and staffs. One of the services is an assistive application for students with special needs, especially those with visually impaired.

There are 3 types of services that are available and included in the Microsoft Windows operating system which is installed on every computer in laboratories and libraries.

  1. Microsoft Narrator, is a screen reader in Microsoft Windows. This tool made the Windows can reads and interacts with things on the screen, like text and buttons. Users can read text on the screen by listening to the text voiced through speakers or headphones.
  2. Microsoft Magnifier, can magnify the part of the monitor screen where the mouse is pointing, keyboard entries and text cursor.
  3. Microsoft Windows High Contrast, is an accessibility feature designed to improve text readability. This feature works by allowing users to choose a color theme on the monitor screen.

A student is listening to text voiced by Microsoft Narrator via headphone

Display of the computer screen with the Microsoft Narrator when it is actively used

Student uses Microsoft Magnifier on a computer

Display of the computer screen that has been enlarged using the Microsoft Magnifier

Student uses the Windows High Contrast on a computer

Student uses the Windows High Contrast on a computer


UMN is committed to provide access for disabled person by providing accessible toilet and ramp for wheel-chair. The accessible toilet is available on many floors on each building (Function Hall, Tower B, New Media Tower and PK Ojong-Jakob Oetama Tower) The next pages point the location of accessible toilets and ramps.

PK Ojong - Jakob Oetama Tower

UMN Tower B

New Media Tower

Function Hall

Disability facilities at UMN have provided the requirements of ministerial regulation number 30/PRT/M/2006

Pedestrian access at UMN has a guide block for the blind people

Every Lift are provided Braille Button for Blind People

Ramps is also provided on the class that has levelling on the floor

At the entrance of the building and connecting between buildings there is a ramp access for wheelchairs

At UMN, each floor has a special toilet for people with disabilities

There is also a special parking area for disability vehicles.

Service for Minority

UMN Provides ADik Scholarships to Papuan Students

TANGERANG – As one of the tertiary institutions in Indonesia, Multimedia Nusantara University (UMN) also supports the government’s program to increase access and opportunities to study at tertiary institutions for high school graduates or equivalents from Papua, West Papua, and the frontier, outermost, and underdeveloped (3T) areas by providing Higher Education Affirmation Scholarships (ADik) to five students from the area. readmore