Welcome to AccessibleDU: Student Disability Services (SDS)!
The University of Denver values diverse identities, experiences, and backgrounds. At AccessibleDU: Student Disability Services (formerly Disability Services Program), we honor disability as not just an important aspect of human diversity, but also an important aspect of individual identity. We are committed to centering undergraduate, graduate, and professional school students in this office and elevates the identity of Disability, while continuing to make sustainable transformation to a more accessible and inclusive environment.
SDS works with students to provide reasonable accommodations to afford equal opportunity and full participation in university programs for undergraduate and graduate students with disabilities. Learn how to request accommodations, how the approval process works, and what comes next from the Quick Links below. Reach out to us at 303-871-3241, email@example.com, or stop in. Our office is open Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:30pm.
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