Who We Are
The Student Disability Center provides support for students with both permanent and temporary disabilities. This can encompass physical disabilities, chronic illness/health conditions, mental health conditions, learning disabilities, temporary disabilities.
Vision and Mission
The Student Disability Center will transform Colorado State University into an inclusive and accessible university where programs, services and environments are usable by all people.
Through collaboration and partnerships, the Student Disability Center (SDC) leads Colorado State University’s commitment to recognizing disability as a valued aspect of diversity. Student Disability Center provides accommodation services, support, education, and consultation for the campus community to ensure people with disabilities have a greater opportunity to achieve social justice and equity.
As part of the Division of Student Affairs, the SDC is also committed to fulfilling the goals and objectives of the division in support of students and the university. SDC is part of the both the Student Diversity Programs and Services cluster and the Academic cluster within the division.
The SDPS cluster is made up of offices that strive to create a multicultural, diverse, and welcoming environment for all students. In addition to SDC, the SDPS cluster includes:
- Asian/Pacific American Cultural Center
- Black/African American Cultural Center
- El Centro
- Native American Cultural Center
- Pride Resource Center
- Women and Gender Advocacy Center
The academic cluster is made up of offices that strive to support students by providing programs and services to support student success initiatives and retention. In addition to SDC the academic cluster includes;