Metropolitan State University is committed to ensuring equal educational opportunities in accordance with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Metropolitan State University will not discriminate on the basis of physical or mental disability. The university will provide all qualified students with disabilities equal opportunity to benefit from its programs and services by making reasonable accommodations and/or academic adjustments. All accommodations will be made on a case by case basis with the understanding that the university cannot make changes which fundamentally alter the nature of a program of service.

Qualifying for accommodations

Any student or prospective student with a documented disability may qualify for accommodations. Documentation of disability must be provided with an initial request for service. Student confidentiality is respected in accordance with data privacy laws. Visit Center for Accessibility Resources for more information.

Requesting accommodations

  1. Call the Center for Accessibility Resources Office any time and make an appointment to discuss your needs. Due to data privacy laws, students must seek out services.

  2. Complete the necessary forms

    - Center for Accessibility Resources intake form 
    - Release of Information form 
    - Documentation of Disability

  3. Stay in touch with the Center for Accessibility Resources staff. Contact them several weeks before the start of each semester to discuss accommodation needs for specific classes.

Accessibility

Metropolitan State University facilities are accessible to people with disabilities. For specific issues related to facilities or parking, call 651-793-1718.