Metropolitan State University is committed to creating a welcoming, inclusive and accessible learning environment for all members of our diverse community. No matter if you are planning an event, course, informational materials, or other work, CAR has resources to assist in that planning process and staff that consult and/or make presentations to individuals or groups. Accessibility is the responsibility of all members of the University community and it goes beyond the physical spaces and environments of the University. Using principles of Universal Design we can help to ensure that all members of our community have equitable access to physical spaces as well as our materials and programs. The Center for Accessibility Resources (CAR) can provide you with training and other resources to ensure that everyone has equitable access to the University and all it has to offer.
How the Center for Accessibility Resources consults and collaborates around campus.
Advice for planning events to be more accessible.
Information about the seven principles of universal design.
CAR staff consults with members of the campus community to achieve higher levels of access and inclusion in the physical or built environment.
The Center for Accessibility Resources works to ensure access to technology on campus through education, strategic partnerships, and individual consultations.