Faculty Resources

Forms and Information Sheets


Accommodated Testing

Please read the Accommodated Testing Form Instructions. If you have any questions, suggestions, or concerns about testing, please contact Accessibility Services. 

There are two ways to fill out the Accommodated Testing Form: 

Note: For tests at the Arvada campus, the Accommodated Testing Form (pdf) and the testing material must be sent to Susanne Eagan or dropped off at the Arvada Assessment Center. 

Accommodates Requiring Discussion Information:

Syllabus Statement

Faculty Handbook

Service Animals

Equally Equitable Alternate Access Plan (EEAAP)

This form is for products, services, and instructional materials that do not meet WCAG 2.0 AA. An alternative access plan will need to be created. This form details the information and sends it to the Web Accessibility Committee for review. 

Events Accessibility (ADAAA) Statement for Campus Events

In order to ensure the accessibility of all campus sponsored events, include an ADAAA statement on all event advertisements, announcements, emails, and flyers. 

Specific Disability Information

This information sheet contains information on having a student who is deaf or hard-of-hearing in your class. It also provided information on working with sign language interpreters and how to make your class accessible

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Information

This is a straightforward and informative introduction to the nature of hearing loss and its implications for communication and learning in educational settings.


Captioned Course Media Requests

In an effort to provide equal access to course media and content, please select movies and videos that contain Closed Captions