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Returning Students

Students who want to continue services into a new semester or academic year can request services by completing the appropriate form below under "Requesting Accommodations." Once the form is received, the DRSC staff will initiate the request and send an letter of notification to the student and the appropriate instructor or staff.

At any time, students may schedule an appointment to meet with DRSC staff. Appointments can be made by phone (719.549.2648), through our online scheduling site, or by visiting our office (Library and Academic Resource Center, Suite 187).

DRSC Services


    Alternative Format Course Materials (e.g. Textbooks)

    Students who require course materials -- such as textbooks, handouts, and other materials -- to be in a different format can make their request to the DRSC using the below form:

    Some textbooks may already be available in an accessible format through the Bookstore or other vendors. The DRSC will attempt to notify eligible studentsin advance so that the student can procure the accessible versions. If a student makes a request is made for materials that are already made accessible by the publisher, the DRSC may need to terminate the student's request.


    Assistive Technology Computer Lab

    Students at Colorado State University Pueblo are provided with access to the University’s self-service Assistive Technology Lab. The lab has the following assistive technology available for students to utilize:

    • Electronic Magnifier (for print text)
    • JAWS
    • Zoom Text
    • Dragon Naturally Speaking
    • Kurzweil 1000
    • Kurzweil 3000

    Students requesting assistance in the lab can schedule an appointment with the Disability Resource & Support Center by phone at 719.549.2648 or E-Mail at

    The Assistive Technology Computer Lab is located on the first floor of the University Library. Access to the Lab can be requested at the Circulation Desk within the main entrance of the Library.


    Note Taking

    Students who need assistance with notetaking should discuss options with the DRSC. The DRSC seeks to provide solutions that will allow students to maintain their independence; however, student preference will be taken into consideration. The following options exist:

    • Instructor PowerPoints
    • Audiorecord lecture
    • NoteTaking Express
    • Peer Notetaker

    Testing Services

    Starting Fall 2021, testing services were moved to the University Testing Center. For assistance, contact Strider Swope at

Vaccination Requirement and Exemptions

Student wearing face mask

The university's COVID-19 Vaccination Policy includes the COVID-19 vaccination unless an exemption is filed.

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