AR Mission 2022 PosterAccessibility Resources coordinates support for students with disabilities so they can participate fully in college life. Our staff is dedicated to diversity, equity, inclusion, and access—and is committed to providing an accessible campus environment for all students. We welcome you to contact us at any time to talk about how we can best support your CC experience.

Accessibility Resources works with students to plan individualized support services, including reasonable accommodations that facilitate access to learning, living, and other experiences at CC. Extended time on exams, print materials in accessible formats, note-taking support, and accessible campus housing are some of the many accommodations used by students. We also provide study skills assistance and assistive technology options to enhance students' academic experiences.

We support students who experience a variety of disabilities, including learning disabilities, ADHD, mental health concerns, chronic health conditions, physical disabilities, brain injuries, neurological disorders, and sensory disabilities related to vision and hearing. We also assist students with temporary medical conditions, such as concussions and other injuries. 

Whether you are a new student at Colorado College or a current student just now checking out our resources, we would be happy to talk with you about the assistance we offer.

How to Request Services 

Accessibility Resources is ready to help you make the most of your CC experience, but you must initiate the process. It is helpful for you to set up a time to talk with a staff member about your request for accommodations and other support you may be requesting. 

Additionally, you should complete the Request for Accommodations and Services online form and provide relevant documentation of disability to help establish eligibility for accommodations. Accessibility Resources can provide guidance on the documentation needed for your situation, including how to proceed if you are requesting accommodations but do not have documentation or a diagnosed disability.

Questions? Please be sure to reach out. We are happy to help!

Location & Hours

Accessibility Resources
Armstrong Hall, Room 219

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


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For more information, please see Colorado College Notice of Nondiscrimination.

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