CU Boulder works to ensure that all programs, services, and activities offered on campus are appropriate to the needs of every participant, including persons with disabilities or those with needs related to pregnancy and lactation. See CU Boulder's nondiscrimination statement.

Some laws require the university to provide reasonable accommodations to students, staff, and faculty who request an accommodation. Reasonable accommodations can be related to disability, religion and creed, or pregnancy and lactation. An accommodation may include any assistance or change to a position, workplace or academic setting, modifications of practices, policies, and procedures, and provision of auxiliary aids and services.

Accommodations can be explored and requested depending on the need. People can contact the ADA compliance staff to request accommodations or with additional questions.