Supporting Access for All
At the University of Denver, we're committed to creating a welcoming environment for anyone who visits our campus.
We provide reasonable accommodations to students, employees and visitors and aim to create a campus that is usable for all our community members.
If you're a student who needs accommodations, you'll work closely with the Disability Services Program (DSP) to make the most of your college experience.
Employees, Visitors & Job Applicants
The University of Denver provides reasonable accommodations to employees, campus visitors and job applicants who need assistance for a disability.
Accessibility in the Classroom
As an instructor, aim to "accessify" your course from the beginning. This helps all students and can reduce the need to arrange classroom accommodations in the first few weeks of a quarter. If a student requests an accommodation or is approved for an accommodation but you're unsure how to proceed, you can always contact DSP for assistance.
Find accessible entrances, restrooms and parking to make getting around DU easier.
DU strives to make activities and programs accessible to anyone who wants to attend.
Make Your Event Accessible
Knowledge and Advocacy
Learn how you can contribute to a culture of accessibility and explore additional resources about assistive technology, professional development and other accommodations.
Policies and Procedures
Become familiar with DU's disability policy, the role of service and support animals, web accessibility, and other rules and regulations.