CU Denver Campus Accessibility

We strive to ensure that people with disabilities have equal, available and reliable access to the organization’s services, digital content, and technologies. Our promise encompasses our offerings made available through both technology and our people.

The university's commitment to equal access to IT has been more formally stated through the publication of an IT Digital Accessibility Policy. The policy looks to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Level AA for guidance in meeting its IT accessibility commitments.

Critical Services

Web Accessibility

If you experience a barrier that affects your ability to access information or edit parts of the website, please send the web team a detailed report.

Report an Inaccessible Website

Learn about Web Accessibility

Accessible Technology

Accessible technology includes electronic documents, websites, videos, software applications, and hardware devices that can be used effectively by everyone, including people with disabilities.

Report Inaccessible Technology

Campus Building and/or Campus Grounds

If you have encountered physical ADA barriers in a campus building or on campus grounds, please report the access issue to our Facilities Management department.

Report a Physical ADA Issue

ADA Accommodations for Employees

The university actively promotes the use of appropriate accommodations for faculty, staff, and campus visitors with disabilities. These accommodations are tailored to individual needs and provided on a case-by-case basis.

Report an ADA Issue (Faculty, Staff and Visitors)

ADA Accommodations for Students

CU Denver encourages students with disabilities to talk with the Office of Disability Resources & Services to identify any needs and accommodations.

Disability Resources & Services

Digital Accessibility

CU Denver fully supports Colorado law, which emphasizes digital accessibility for all individuals. Resources and information regarding digital accessibility — including websites, applications and documents — are available to ensure that everyone can access and use university digital content and services.

Guidelines & Resources

Diversity, Equity &, Inclusion

The Office for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion is committed to advancing policies, programs, practices as well as funding initiatives that address accessibility as part of the university’s goal of becoming the nation’s first Equity Serving Institution.

Explore DEI Office

Online Course Content

If you experience a barrier that affects your ability to access online course content, please send us a detailed report.

Report Inaccessible Course Content

Discrimination or Harassment

The Office of Equity (OE) provides resources and support, as appropriate, to ensure all involved parties have access to a safe and inclusive working and academic environment.

Report Discrimination or Harassment

Parking & Transportation

Accessible parking for students, staff and visitors is available in nearly all lots on the Auraria Campus. Parking spaces are marked and reserved for vehicles that have a state-issued or campus-issued hangtag.

ADA Parking on Auraria Campus

Faculty Resources

Information on better including and accommodating disabled students in your courses, as well as information for disabled faculty and campus-related disabled resources

Resources for the Inclusivity of Disabled Faculty and Students

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