Throughout the year, Disability Services will organize workshops and training sessions. These will range from trainings on our newly introduced Accommodate Software to workshops on how to prepare for the semester and how to prepare for finals.
Disability Services awards scholarships and provides limited financial assistance to students. To be eligible, applicants must have documentation of a disability, have status as a degree-seeking student at CU-Boulder, and submit a Disability Services Scholarship Application before the award deadline.
Temporary medical conditions (TMCI) such as injuries, surgeries, or acute illnesses may not qualify as permanent disabling conditions. However, Disability Services does provide assistance to students and guidance on working with a temporary medical condition while attending CU Boulder and we’d be happy to meet with you to discuss further.
The AFPAC is a student-use computer lab equipped with adaptive software for students registered with Disability Services. It is also a production facility for alternate format classroom materials for students who receive an alternate format accomodation.
Students, faculty and staff can access Accommodate to manage accommodations, obtain accommodation letters and check the status of other service requests such as note-taking, alternative material formats and exam scheduling.