colorado school of mines is committed to providing equal access to university courses, programs and activities for students, faculty, staff and community members with a disability. in compliance with the ada amendments act of 2008 (adaaa) and section 504 of the rehabilitation act of 1973, university personnel work with qualified community members and guests to ensure equal access wherever and whenever possible.
For new fall semester students, May 1 is the recommended date by which to apply for services.新皇冠体育盘口 While late requests are not denied, the early deadline is to ensure the student has completed registration with Disability Support Services and accommodations are in place at the start of the semester. Because the registration process takes time, late requests may result in delayed facilitation of services.
Accessibility contacts for students
新皇冠体育盘口students with accessibility or disability concerns should contact
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Accessibility contacts for Mines employees
Employees with accessibility or disability concerns and managers looking to ensure access for employees including student and professional employment should contact Ann Hix (303-273-3052) in the Colorado School of Mines Human Resources Offices.
Accessibility contacts for community members
Community members and other visitors not affiliated with Mines may contact the Natalie Vega (303-273-3569) for accessibility information.
新皇冠体育盘口ada accessible parking is available in various locations across campus. in addition to an ada placard or license plate, persons with disabilities may park in any marked ada space on campus while displaying a current campus parking permit issued by parking services or from a parking meter.