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PARENTS & FAMILIES
Information on what family members can expect when their student enters college, family member rights, and tips for supporting students.
Information about faculty rights and responsibilities, resources for creating inclusive and accessible courses, and answers fo frequently asked questions.
Information for current students including; rights and responsibilities, expectations, and involvement.
Accommodation Letter Request Form
Reauthorize your accommodations for the semester, such as extra time on exams, note taking, flexible attendance or alt format for text.
Information for students, faculty, and staff on service dogs and emotional support animals.
Recent Updates and Events
Is the SDC open? The Student Disability Center (SDC) physical office will remain open remotely by phone (970-491-6385) or email (email@example.com) during our usual business hours Monday thru Friday, 7:45am-4:45pm throughout summer (July 2020). You can also contact us through our live Chat function for our website. You may get calls from our office from Read more about Fall 2020 Access & Accommodations[…]
Echoing President McConnell’s Fall address, the Student Disability Center stands in support of all individuals who have been negatively impacted and/or harmed by recent and prior events linked to the behavior of others. We support individuals whose voices are not being heard. Know that we stand with you because we understand what it means to Read more about Incidents of Bias[…]
Disability Dialogues are a chance for students of all abilities to engage in conversation about disability, how disability shows up in the world and on campus, and how disability intersects with a variety of other identities. Topics will be presented once a month. The next topic will be in October and be related to the Read more about Disability Dialogues[…]
If you will need accommodations due to a disability or chronic physical or mental health condition, please contact the office as soon as possible. New students need to meet with one of our accommodation specialists before any accommodation will be implemented. Once you meet with a specialist, you will be given accommodation letters to give Read more about Welcome to the Fall 2019 Semester[…]
If you are a CSU student interested in working in government for the summer or after you graduate, the Student Disability Center and the Career Center staff would like to tell you about a great opportunity for CSU students with disabilities, the Workforce Recruitment Program. The Workforce Recruitment Program for College Students with Disabilities (WRP), Read more about Workforce Recruitment Program[…]