The Chancellor's Accessibility Committee (CAC) shall assist the administration and the ADA coordinator to ensure that people with disabilities are afforded access to programs, services, and activities offered by CU-Boulder. The CAC will ask the administration and the ADA coordinator to ensure that CU-Boulder is in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
- To provide ongoing advice to the administration, which will enable the administration to ensure that people with disabilities are given program access to all aspects of university life.
- The committee shall actively work to carry out CU-Boulder's philosophy of providing services that are equitable and treat the recipient with dignity.
- Review funding appropriated by the legislature for CU-Boulder ADA improvements.
- Assist in educating the campus on the ADA and disability issues.
- Review CU-Boulder programs for compliance with the ADA.
- Participate as responsible committee members.
- Review and make recommendations regarding complaint procedures and training programs.
- Reevaluate objectives on a regular basis.
- Review and recommend updates to CU-Boulder's self-evaluation process to include programs and policies.
- Advise the CU-Boulder administration and the ADA coordinator on compliance issues.
- Accessible Campus Transportation (ACT) Program
- CAC is working with Parking and Transportation Services and Athletics to design a pilot program to help students, staff, and faculty members with permanent and temporary mobility.
- Inclusive Bathrooms
- CAC is working with the other Chancellor's Committees to help improve accesible and inclusive bathrooms on campus.
- Engagement with Ongoing Digital Accessibility Efforts, Trainings, and Disability
For more information please contact one of the co-chairs Toby Bollig or Wayne Northcutt. CAC meets the 4th Monday of the month from 2:30-4:00pm in Regent 252.
View the list of CAC members.