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The links below provide information and resources for prospective, new, and current students, parents, and faculty.
Schedule an Exam
If you are approved to take your exams in the Alternative Testing Center, schedule your exams here.
Faculty: Upload an Exam
Upload your exam to the Alternative Testing Center at this link.
Request an Interpreter
Request an ASL interpreter for class, campus events and activities.
Student Accommodation Handbook
Information for new & current students including; rights & responsibilities, expectations, resources, and tools..
PARENT & FAMILY INFO
Welcome to the Ramily! Tips, expectations, and tools for families of SDC Rams.
Faculty Accommodation Handbook
Faculty Accommodation Hand Book: faculty rights & responsibilities, resources, and FAQs.
Recent Updates and Events
Assistant Director for Access and Accommodations Position The Assistant Director for Access and Accommodation shares in providing leadership for the vision and mission of the SDC. This position supervises a team of accommodation specialists, and oversees the process of the assessment of needs, the recommendations of accommodations, the need for advocacy, and the delivery of Read more about We Are Hiring[…]
Hello, Welcome to the spring 2022 semester. We wanted to provide some reminders about receiving and utilizing your accommodations this semester. Returning SDC Students If you are a returning SDC student taking classes this semester, and want to use your accommodations, please remember to submit an Returning SDC Students: Accommodation Letter Request Form. You need Read more about Welcome to the Spring 2022 Semester[…]
The SU Health Network and Student Disability Center are collaborating to host a twice-monthly support group for students with chronic health conditions. Time, Dates, and Location 1:00pm – 2:30 pm 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month Zoom meeting: Meeting ID: 994 7131 4851 Passcode: 550607 Hosted by Helen Bowden, Ph.D. & Mel Lafferty Helen Read more about Chronic Health Conditions Support Group[…]
All students, faculty, and staff are required to wear masks that cover their mouth and nose while indoors on campuses. The Pandemic Preparedness Team has approved gaiters as an alternative to masks. Face shields, bandanas and scarves are not an appropriate alternative to a mask. Mask with vents are not permitted. Students who are unable Read more about Mask Exemption Information[…]
*Trigger warning: murder, grief, loss, transphobia Fierce love means feeling our grief while staying big, staying whole. Let us mourn the dead, keen or wail, sit in silence or belt it out in song, however grief works for you. Let us feel our hearts break and grow, and grasp the sadness. Let us fill our Read more about Sending you fierce, fierce love: Trans Day of Remembrance 2020[…]
Tomorrow, November 20th, 2020, is Trans Day of Remembrance. This day is observed annually as a day to celebrate the lives of those ended due to anti-trans violence. Yesterday, during a program for Trans Awareness Week hosted by the Pride Resource Center, a group of individuals zoom bombed folks in the event spewing racial and Read more about Remembering Trans Lives, Uplifting Trans Voices[…]
To Our CSU Veterans, Today, we honor you and your service. In our office we have the honor and privilege to work with many student veterans from all branches of the military, as well as their family members. We strive to provide equal access and support to student veterans with disabilities and/or service-related injuries. We recognize veterans as valued members of our diverse community and we are Read more about Celebrating Our Veterans[…]
To our students: In light of recent conversations regarding Dr. Abdullah’s Keynote at the Diversity Symposium, and rooted in our collective missions to serve marginalized students at CSU, we felt compelled to address the unintended impact this is having on our students. Doing intersectional social justice work is complicated and layered. The unfortunate divisive nature Read more about To our students from SDPS & AAC:[…]
As we draw closer to the November general election the staff of the Student Disability Center wanted to take some time to share some important information with you about how the State of Colorado has enhanced access to voting for people with disabilities. Please note this information only applies to individuals registered to vote in Read more about Your Vote Counts! Accessible Electronic Ballots for CO Residents[…]
Hi SDC students, families, and community members, In June, we sent out a Needs Assessment survey asking our students about their questions, concerns, and needs for returning to campus this fall semester and received over 180 responses. We then set out to answer your questions and developed the Fall 2020 Accommodations & Frequently Asked Questions Read more about New Fall 2020 Accommodation & FAQs Info[…]