Faculty Resources

Faculty Handbook

Accommodated Testing

    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 assessment.center@rrcc.edu or dropped off at the Arvada Assessment Center (Room 7117).

    Accommodations Requiring Discussion Information:

    For accommodations requiring a discussion between Accessibility Services, instructors, and the student, please see the Accommodations Requiring Discussion Instructions (pdf).

    Information about Disabilities


    Impact of Specific Disabilities:

    Deaf and Hard of Hearing Information:


    Resources for Instruction

    For more information, please check out Instructional Design and Course Accessibility at RRCC.


    Differentiation entails adjusting content, process, product, and instruction to meet the needs of individual students. It does not necessarily mean recreating entire lessons or curricula. Below are some resources to provide faculty with strategies and explanations for differentation.

    Universal Design for Learning (UDL):

    UDL is "the design of teaching and learning products and environments to be usable by all people, to the greatest extent possible, without the need for adaptation or specialized design." Making classrooms more accessible benefits all students. Below are some resources for faculty to explore the possibilities of UDL and how to easily integrate it into existing curriculum.

    Miscellaneous Resources


    Syllabus Statement

    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. 

    Event 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. 

    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