If you are an instructor looking for techniques that will help you reach a diverse group of students, including student with disabilities, we invite you to browse our resources under Universal Design for Learning and Disability Modules. If you’re a student with a disability making the transition from high school to college, or the parent or advocate of such a student, please take a look at our Self-Advocacy resources.
The ACCESS Project
ACCESS is a three-year initiative designed to promote Universal Design for Learning and student Self-Advocacy. The project, based in the Department of Occupational Therapy, began in 2005 with funding from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary Education (Grant #P333A050015). In 2008 the Project was awarded another three years of funding (Grant #P333A080026). That same year, ACCESS was honored with the 2008 N. Preston Davis Unit Group Award for Instructional Innovation.
Disability-Related Resources at Colorado State University
If you are a CSU student or faculty member and are seeking help for a disability, the following offices should be your first point of contact: