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 DSP during regular business hours at 303-871-3241 or email email@example.com any time, and we will do our best to assist you.
If you are in need of new or updated psychological testing or counseling services, on-campus options include:
- Health & Counseling Center
- Graduate School of Professional Psychology
- Morgridge College of Education
- Institute for Human–Animal Connection
The Learning Disabilities Association of America offers guidance on what the LD screening process is like.
Please email us to obtain a copy of your DSP records. Records are only kept for five years following your last active date at the University.
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.
The following links provide information on disability accommodations abroad.
- Learning Differences and Academic Accommodations
- Psychological and Emotional Wellness
- Travelers With Disabilities
For questions and/or additional information, students should contact the Office of International Education. They will connect you to an advisor who can assist you with the process.
Office of International Education (OIE)
2200 South Josephine Street
Denver, Colorado 80208
Office hours: Weekdays, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Disability and Employment
We encourage students to be familiar with their rights and to be prepared to appropriately advocate for themselves in the workplace. A few helpful resources include: