This Accessibility Statement concerns and considers the importance of fostering accessible experiences across both the Physical and Digital spaces.
Colorado State University is committed to making our campus accessible. “Accessible” means that all individuals, regardless of their abilities, can access our campus facilities, electronic and information technology, and educational opportunities fully, independently, and in a timely manner. Inclusively designed spaces and materials benefit everyone and uphold our Principles of Community.
When we invest in accessibility and inclusive design, we create a physical and digital campus in which we support, protect and respect rich dimensions of diversity.
Report an Access Barrier
We’re working to make a better experience for everyone. If you’re experiencing an issue, we welcome your feedback so we can improve your experience.
- Report an Electronic Access Issue – Assistive Technology Resource Center
- Report to the Student Disability Center
- Report to the Director of University Web Management
Related Campus Resources
Technology tools and supports used by people with disabilities to access electronic information.
Electronic Accessibility Training and Evaluations
Students: Student Disability Center
Employees, Guests, Community Members: Office of Equal Opportunity