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Rankings were determined by calculating the average detectable errors from all scanned pages in each included institution. When referencing these results please consider the sample and the limitations of automated web accessibility scanning*.

Texas State University Rankings

results for Texas State University
Errors Per Page 0
Most Common Error N/A
Error Density 0%
Last Scanned 05-09-2022
WCAG 2 A/AA failure(s) detected? Yes
Pages Scanned 55
Overall Ranking #20 of 3,663
Ranking in Texas #2 of 195
Ranking in Region: Southwest #3 of 343
Ranking in Highest Degree Level: Post-Bachelor Degree #8 of 1,785
Ranking in Public Schools #10 of 1,557
Ranking in Schools with Enrollment 20000 and above #3 of 206

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* Remember that the absence of detectable errors does not indicate that a site is accessible or compliant. Pope Tech uses the WAVE engine to scan for accessibility errors. WAVE can detect automatically detectable errors but not determine accessibility. In this context this means that this is not which institution or state is most accessible – something that cannot be automatically detected. It is simply which institution has the most detectable errors within their sample.

If two institutions have 0 detectable errors both would be ranked #1 with the 3rd institution being #3.