Student Resources

Mary Reed Building

This page offers students with disabilities a list of useful resources from both inside and outside DU. If you have any questions or need help finding a resource that isn't listed here, feel free to call us during regular business hours at 303-871-3241 or email any time, and we will do our best to assist you.

Your DU Support Network

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Dean of Students Office

When you do not know where to start, start with YOUR Dean of Students (DoS) Office

The Dean of Students Office serves as a central hub to connect students to supportive campus and community resources to successfully navigate their DU experience.


FIRST@DU is dedicated to helping Pathways program, first-generation, minoritized, and other underrepresented students succeed. 

Cultural Center

The Cultural Center at the University of Denver provides identity-based student programming, annual cultural signature events, and leadership opportunities and support.

Office of Veteran and Military Resources

The Office of Veterans & Military Resources offers continual support and guidance for student veterans from admission and orientation through your college years.

Student Outreach and Support

Student Outreach and Support (SOS) connects students who need help with appropriate campus resources. 

Learning Effectiveness Program

The Learning Effectiveness Program is a fee-based academic support program that supports learning and neurodiversity by providing students opportunities and resources for personal growth, academic skill building, and connection. 

Student Rights and Responsibilities

The Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities (SRR) at the University of Denver supports the University's mission by providing programs and services designed to foster an inclusive campus community and promote opportunities for holistic student living, learning, and growth

Center for Advocacy, Prevention, and Empowerment (CAPE)

The Center for Advocacy, Prevention, & Empowerment (CAPE) promotes healing by providing advocacy and support for survivors of sexual assault, relationship violence, stalking, and sexual harassment. For those who have survived and are surviving gender-based violence, you are not alone!

Collegiate Recovery Program

The DU Collegiate Recovery Program offers alcohol and drug-free social events, support meetings, peer ambassadors, and educational seminars and scholarships. DU CR works to foster a supportive environment within the campus culture that reinforces the decision to pursue sobriety.

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Assessment and Counseling Resources

If you are in need of new or updated psychological testing or counseling services, on-campus options include:

The Learning Disabilities Association of America offers guidance on what the LD screening process is like.

Study Abroad Resources

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Disability and Study Abroad

The study abroad program can be complicated, which is why we encourage all students to start planning their trip at least a year in advance. If your disability or medical condition adds complexity to traveling or being overseas, we encourage you to start preparing even sooner.

Whether this is your first time traveling or you are a seasoned traveler, we recommend exploring the resources below about disability and accommodations abroad

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University of Denver Office of International Education

The Office of International Education at DU has a wealth of resources for students interested in studying aborad

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Disability and Employment

We encourage students to be familiar with their rights and to be prepared to appropriately advocate for themselves in the workplace. Explore some of the resources below to learn more about disability, employment, and workplace accommodations. 

SDS Records

Requesting Your DSP Records

Please email us to obtain a copy of your SDS records. Records are only kept for five years following your last active date at the University.