People with disabilities are integral to a diverse campus community. We aim to make research and learning accessible to all members of the community. Below are multiple resources related to accessibility.
Provides disability-related information, services, and resources for faculty, staff and students. Responsible for providing reasonable accommodations for faculty, staff and students, and promoting equal access and opportunity for those with disabilities. The office of disability services is the first stop for students—both graduate and undergraduate—who need ADA accommodations.
Disability Services is dedicated to providing students with disabilities an equal opportunity to participate in university programs, courses and activities through reasonable accommodations and services. Our office is here to support students, staff and faculty with accommodation requests, implementation, guidance and general information.
From their website: "The Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance (OIEC) employs a comprehensive and integrated approach for case resolution, education, assessment, support services, and ADA accommodations to create and foster a safe, inclusive, and accessible campus environment for all members of the CU community." OIEC is the first stop for employees who need ADA accommodations.
The University offers reasonable housing and accommodations to residents with disabilities, which they can request online in the myCULiving portal.
Career Services works with disability services to help students with disabilities with their career needs. Advisors can assist with specialized resumes, interview preparation, and job search strategies.
The Libraries offer services to make it easier to use their resources.
Provides some income in the event that you are unable to work due to illness, injury, or pregnancy
We gratefully acknowledge the Institute for Behavioral Genetics/Diversity group for these resources.