This module reviews the history of Universal Design and how it has been applied in higher education. It provides information on how to plan for an inclusive environment in both face-to-face and online courses, with specific strategies to improve the accessibility of course materials. Strategies to diversify instruction and offer flexible assessment activities are also provided. The final section of the module examines how a campus can adopt the principles of Universal Design for Learning and sustain that mission. While Universal Design for Learning is meant to meet the needs of ALL students, special considerations for students with intellectual disabilities are provided throughout the module.