2019最新棋牌官网At the University of Colorado Boulder, individuals?with disabilities are entitled to access, support, and when appropriate, reasonable accommodations. In accordance with the , an individual with a disability is a person who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities such as breathing, eating, sleeping, walking, talking, manual tasks, etc. In most cases, medical documentation will be required to identify a disability related need for accommodations, unless the impairment is otherwise obvious.

2019最新棋牌官网ADA Compliance is responsible for providing disability-related information, services, and resources to staff, faculty, and visitors, including the provision of workplace accommodations. ADA Compliance upholds its mission to promote equal access and opportunity for those with disabilities by educating the campus community and by partnering with campus departments to address ADA needs across the university.

A person with a disability who believes their disability is not being accommodated, or who has experienced discrimination or harassment on the basis of disability, may file a complaint with the ADA Coordinator, or with CU Boulder's Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance. A person with a disability may also file a complaint with the federal government through the (for students), the (for employees), or the (for members of the public).

View the University's ADA Nondiscrimination Notice & ADA Compliance Procedures