Flexibility with Attendance and Assignment Deadlines Plan

Jan. 8, 2019

Disability Services has updated the way flexibility with attendance and assignment-related issues are handled for students approved for an Impact Letter. Moving forward, students will no longer need to meet with their professors each semester to discuss their Impact Letter as Disability Services will now be working with professors directly...

New "Request a Presentation" feature now available

Feb. 1, 2018

The Office of Disabilities is committed to provide education, awareness, and outreach to students, staff, faculty and all affiliated CU Boulder community members. To help us achieve this goal, we now offer an array of presentations, tabling events, programming and many other informational sessions open to the CU Boulder community...

"Diversity and Democracy" Article Published

Dec. 11, 2017

Dave Aragon and Carla Hoskins have published an article in Diversity and Democracy , a publication of the Association of American Colleges and Universities, entitled "Evolving institutional diversity by incorporating disability". Dave is the Assistant Vice Chancellor for Diversity Learning and Student Success with ODECE and Carla is the Assistant...

Let’s Commit to Resolving Accessibility Issues Together

Nov. 15, 2017

Making CU Boulder’s digital environments more inclusive and accessible for everyone is a goal that is best reached when all of us work together. When you discover an accessibility issue with a campus service or website, know that our campus has processes and resources dedicated to resolving these issues. By...

Blind CU Student & Project BLAST

June 12, 2017

Access for All: Distressing Design

March 24, 2017

Service Animals of CU: Understanding emotional support animals and disability service animals

March 24, 2017

Seeing the Road Less Traveled

Nov. 9, 2016

CU Boulder senior Esha Mehta is climbing the Bastille Crack, one of Colorado's most popular and classic climbs. Yet there's a twist: Mehta is blind. The climb is part of the university's recently developed Inclusive Recreation Program. To read the full article, please follow this link: http://www.colorado.edu/today/2016/11/08/seeing-road-less-traveled .

Access for all: Coffee Shop Conundrum

Sept. 23, 2016

Access for all: Coffee Shop Conundrum ­ When you don’t add captions to your video, you make it difficult not just for the student trying to watch your video in a busy coffee shop, but also for someone in a quiet space such as a library, someone with a hearing...

Access for All on CU’s Campus

May 3, 2016

How much do you think about accessibility in your daily life? Vision & mobility accessibility issues are often associated with design decisions that most of us have nothing to do with such as building or website design. However, many of the choices we make each day can be the difference...