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    Location & Hours

    Accessibility Resources
    Armstrong Hall, Room 219
    719-227-8285
    accessibilityresources@coloradocollege.edu

    Office Hours
    8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
    Monday - Friday

    Mailing Address
    Accessibility Resources
    Colorado College
    14 E. Cache La Poudre Street
    Colorado Springs, CO 80903-3294

    Contact Us

    Jan Edwards
    Director of Accessibility Resources
    ADA/504 Coordinator
    719-227-8294
    jedwards@coloradocollege.edu

    Sara Rotunno
    Assistant Director of Accessibility Resources
    719-227-8287
    sara.rotunno@coloradocollege.edu

    Resources for Faculty

    Dear Faculty Members:

    Welcome to Accessibility Resources! As a CC faculty member, you play a very important role in providing access for students with disabilities. We hope that the “Resources for Faculty” section of our website, which includes general guidelines and information on specific accommodations, will assist you in your work with students. We would appreciate any feedback or suggestions you may have for improving the content—and for sharing creative and practical ideas regarding the provision of academic accommodations.

    Last year, 21% of CC's students were registered with Accessibility Resources. These were students who had documented disabilities and were approved for accommodations. We also assisted many students with temporary medical conditions, such as recovery from surgery and concussions, and we met with students who inquired about support but either didn't have a disability or didn't complete the registration process. In all, we connected with approximately 28% of enrolled students.

    We work with students on an individual basis to determine how CC can best support their learning, living, and co-curricular experiences, but we can't do this without the support of others on campus, including faculty. Students regularly tell us how professors are so helpful and supportive—and that this makes such a difference in their academic life at Colorado College!

    Sara Rotunno, Assistant Director of Accessibility Resources, and I both value a collaborative approach in our work with faculty and students, and we encourage you to contact us at any time if we can be of assistance. We sincerely appreciate the key role you play in supporting students with disabilities and look forward to continuing our partnership with you.

    Best regards,

    Jan Edwards

    Director of Accessibility Resources
    ADA/504 Coordinator