Employee, Visitor and Applicant Accommodations
In addition to providing accommodations to enrolled students, the University of Denver also provides reasonable accommodations to faculty and staff employees, employee and student applicants and campus visitors and guests. Below we have outlined information to help you connect with the right person or office regarding physical or programmatic accessibility, read on to learn more.
Employees, including student employees, who need disability-related accommodations to perform job duties or enjoy the benefits of employment can learn more about the process by reviewing the Forms and Policies page. Questions and requests for reasonable accommodation should be directed to:
Office of Equal Opportunity & Title IX
Pregnancy and Lactation
For information about accommodations for routine pregnancies and lactation visit the Pregnancy, Lactation Rooms and Family Resources webpage on the Human Resources and Inclusive Community website.
For information about pregnancies that result in medical complications contact the ADA Coordinator at 303-871-3941.
Campus guests may occasionally need accommodations, such as wheelchairs or event materials in an alternate format. As a visitor, we encourage you to reach out to the event organizer or ADA Coordinator at 303-871-3941 to learn more about what we're able to provide for you.
Job applicants who have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for a position with the University of Denver, or who cannot use the online application system, should call 303-871-7420 or email PioneerJobs@du.edu for assistance with the application process. Job applicants can also contact the ADA Coordinator at 303-871-3941.
Prospective students who have a disability and would like to request an accommodation in order to apply for admission with the University of Denver, or who cannot use the online application system, should call 303-871-2036 or email Admission@du.edu for assistance with the application process. Prospective graduate students should contact Gradinfo@du.edu or 303-871-2706. Student applicants can also contact the ADA Coordinator at 303-871-3941.
All DU parking lots have accessible spaces. Visitors can park in visitor or hourly parking lots and must display a state-issued disability-parking credential. Employees need to purchase and display a DU accessibility permit in addition to their state-issued credential.
Our campus map can help you find accessible parking, entrances and restrooms, as well as detours around construction zones.
Culture of Accessibility
We aim to create a welcoming and inclusive environment for everyone who visits our campus. From our students and faculty to our staff and administrators, we continue to work toward making our campus, programs and activities accessible for all.